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Full Final Schedule
23rd International Congress
23rd International Congress
International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology
WINC Aichi, Nagoya, Japan
WINC Aichi, Nagoya, Japan
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Table of Contents
Welcome address1
Organization4
Invited Keynote Speakers6
Walter J Lonner Distinguished Invited Lecture
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Early Career Award Lecture14
Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award
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Congress Information
Venues16
Maps18
Cultural & Social Program20
Awards21
Congress Guide22
Program per Day
Sunday, 31 July 201625
Monday, 1 August 201643
Tuesday, 2 August 201663
Wednesday, 3 August 201681
WELCOME TO IACCP 2016
Dear IACCP Attendees,
Welcome to the 23rd International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural
Psychology! The Nagoya organizers have put together an intellectually exciting Congress, together
with extremely thoughtful logistical arrangements. Over a thousand participants are expected; and
this is a record for our organization! Special thanks to Masaki Yuki, Scientific Committee Chair, and
Minoru Karasawa, Organizing Committee Chair, as well as to their respective committees, for the
outreach, organization, and hard work that made this wonderful accomplishment possible.
The record attendance also reflects two important developments in our field. First, it shows how, in
a globalized world with ever greater intercultural contact, the role of culture in human psychology
is gaining increasing scientific appreciation. Second, it reflects the special importance of researchers
from Japan - and East Asia more generally - in the theoretical and empirical maturation of our
scientific field. Researchers from this part of the world have made – and continue to make – key
contributions to understanding the manifold relations between culture and human psychology.
During the Congress, I hope that we will all learn from and be inspired by the scientific program;
develop relations with new and old colleagues; expand and reinforce cross-cultural collaborations;
enjoy the social and cultural program; and soak in the environment of Nagoya and Japan.
Best wishes,
Patricia Greenfield (University of California, Los Angeles)
President, International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology
Presidential Address: Social Change, Cultural Evolution, and Human Development: United States,
China, and Japan
Using my theory of social change and human development as a framework, I explore sociodemographic
and culture level change in the United States, China, and Japan and then look for coordinated changes
on the level of learning environments and human development. In all three countries, as urbanization,
wealth, and/or education expand, so do expressions of individualism on all three levels: cultural values,
learning environment, and human development. However, given that China and Japan have seen such
rapid social change, they also show visible signs of the negotiation between historical collectivism and
emerging individualism.
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WELCOME TO IACCP 2016
On the Dualism of Honoring Traditions and Creating the Future
The first written law in Japanese history is said to date back to the beginning of the 7th Century
when the so-called Seventeen-Article Constitution was adopted. Its first article read, “Wa (peaceful
harmony) is to be valued.” Some attribute the purported pacifist tendency among Japanese to this
commandment. One adjectival form of wa is nagoyaka, which is claimed to be one of the possible
origins for the name of Nagoya. As an empiricist, I can easily dismiss these mythical anecdotes as
unfalsifiable. Neither the trait attribution concerning the national character nor the causal attribution
of a cultural tendency to an ancient text would survive rigorous scrutiny of critical thinking.There are
scores of alternative explanations on where the name Nagoya comes from. Nevertheless, I cannot
help appreciating the coincidence that we are hosting the 23rd IACCP International Congress under
the present theme in this city, allegedly a place of peaceful harmony.
Different cultures have their respective history of endeavors toward achieving a harmonious society.
Many of those traditional approaches, however, are facing serious challenges from the volatile
political, economic, and cultural situations of today’s world, and are therefore in need of redefining
peace and harmony towards the future. Providing theoretical and empirical perspectives that can
help us overcome the challenges should be one mission of the field of cross-cultural psychology. On
behalf of the entire body of the Organizing and Scientific Committees, I wholeheartedly wish that
this Congress should serve as a productive platform for the goal of fulfilling this mission.
I hope that all of the participants can discover and enjoy various forms of dualism in the current
status of cross-cultural psychology as well as in the conference site, with contrastive dimensions such
as old and new, vibrant and serene, manufacturing and conserving, and the hospitality of “cool Japan”
currently promoted throughout the nation, whilst immersed in the summer heat.
Minoru Karasawa (Nagoya University)
Chair, Organizing Committee
The 23rd IACCP International Congress
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WELCOME TO IACCP 2016
Welcome to IACCP 2016! This conference is an exciting arena for all scholars and practitioners who
are interested in the complex relationship between culture, human psychology, and behavior.
The theme of this year’s congress is “honoring traditions and creating the future.”This is a very broad
concept, for sure. However, harmony between the old and new is particularly relevant to crosscultural psychology in two regards.
First, it is crucial that our work speaks to the experience of ordinary people of today. Many of
them are living through drastic social change, such as the rapid growth in information technology,
global economies, migration, and, sadly, international terrorism. Among such global developments,
cross-cultural psychology should be at the fore. It must offer new insight and solutions that help to
understand and address the problems of the modern world.
Secondly, there are also waves of the old and new to be found within the cross-cultural psychology
discipline. These waves can, at times, crash against each other. However, it is precisely through
such collisions – a disharmony of sorts – that new and resurgent theoretical approaches and
methodologies are emerging.
Toward these ends, we at the Scientific Committee have done our best to gather together speakers
and organize sessions that represent the cutting-edge of current research. Indeed, we were
overwhelmed by the unprecedented amount of high quality submissions this year. We hope that,
when you open the program book, you will be truly impressed by the range of topics and quality
of the presentations featuring over the next few days. Regrettably, there might be some overlap of
sessions of your interest and, if so, we are sorry for this. However, we wish that you will agree that
having too many sessions of interest is certainly a very luxurious problem!
Finally, I sincerely hope that you all enjoy the congress. I wish that
your encounter with new fascinating contents, and establishment
of new connections among your colleagues, will help to forge the
future of our discipline.
Masaki Yuki (Hokkaido University)
Chair, Scientific Committee
The 23rd IACCP International Congress
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Organization
Organizing Committee
Scientific Committee
Chair
Minoru Karasawa (Nagoya University)
Chair
Masaki Yuki (Hokkaido University)
Vice-Chairs
Jiro Takai (Nagoya University)
Tasuku Igarashi (Nagoya University)
Vice-Chairs
Keiko Ishii (Kobe University)
Yukiko Uchida (Kyoto University)
Members
Nobuko Asai (Kyoto Bunkyo University)
Yukiko Muramoto (University of Tokyo)
Kosuke Sato (Nagoya University)
Sayaka Suga (Aichi Gakuin University)
Kosuke Takemura (Shiga University)
Hidefumi Hitokoto (Kyoto University)
Saori Tsukamoto (Nagoya University)
Members
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen (Hong Kong
Polytechnic University)
Incheol Choi (Seoul National University)
Takeshi Hamamura (Curtain University)
Steven J. Heine (University of British
Columbia)
Toshie Imada (Brunel University
London)
Takahiko Masuda (University of Alberta)
Yuri Miyamoto (University of WisconsinMadison)
Beth Morling (University of Delaware)
Vinai Norasakkunkit (Gonzaga
University)
Krishna Savani (National University of
Singapore)
Junko Tanaka-Matsumi (Kwansei Gakuin
University)
International Advisory Board
Chi Yue Chiu (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Ying-Yi Hong (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Yoshi Kashima (University of Melbourne)
Heidi Keller (Osnabrück University)
Shalom Schwartz (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Peter Smith (University of Sussex)
Susumu Yamaguchi (Nara University)
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Volunteers
The International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology and the 2016
Organizing and Scientific Committees wish to thank the many volunteers that have
donated their time and efforts to the running of the IACCP 23rd International
Congress.
Kaori Ado
Igor Almeida
Kiyoaki Asai
Misako Enya
Mayumi Esaki
Yutaka Fukui
Mako Fukuta
Ryu Hakche
Maya Hayashi
Taro Hirashima
Paula Hirozawa
Mikio Horiki
Anqi Hu
Narumi Ikehara
Shinji Ikehata
Sayaka Ishimaru
Eto Jonatan
Yasuko Judai
Ritsuko Kaminaga
Jin Kato
Tamami Katsu
Kimi Kokubo
Machika Kondo
Mari Koto
Hiroshi Kumazawa
Kazane Kuwahara
Soraya Liu
Akiko Matsuo
Kazuko Miyata
Kazumi Mizutani
Akihiro Nakamura
Chisayo Nakano
Minako Nakashima
Kiyoka Nakayama
Marina Naruse
Kimiko Ota
Rina Ozeki
Ayaka Sako
Noriko Sakurai
Kazuyuki Sato
Ai Shimizu
Takumi Shirai
Shikou Shu
Yukine Sugimoto
Keita Suzuki
Yasuko Suzuki
Tsuneko Taguchi
Hitomi Takaki
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Reina Takamatsu
Ryuichi Tamai
Yuri Tanaka
Konomi Tarui
Yuto Terashima
Yoko Terayama
Seina Toyama
Sonoko Toyoma
Arisa Uchida
Natsumi Uehira
Wehnzhen Xu
Yuri Yamada
Katsuhiko Yamada
Yun Yamanaka
Mio Yonegawa
Machiko Yoshida
Shiori Yoshihara
SPEAKERS
Professor Ed Diener
University of Illinois, USA
Keynote Speaker
Ed Diener is the Joseph R. Smiley Distinguished Professor of Psychology
at the University of Illinois. He received his doctorate at the University
of Washington in 1974, and has been a faculty member at the University
of Illinois for the past 36 years. Dr. Diener was the president of the
International Society of Quality of Life Studies, the Society of Personality
and Social Psychology and the International Positive Psychology
Association. Diener was the editor of the Journal of Personality and
Social Psychology, and the editor of Journal of Happiness Studies. He is the
founding editor of Perspectives on Psychological Science. Diener has over
300 publications, with about 200 being in the area of the psychology of
well-being.
Dr. Diener is a fellow of five professional societies. He is listed as one
of the most highly cited psychologists by the Institute of Scientific
Information, with over 30,500 citations to his credit. He won the
Distinguished Researcher Award from the International Society of
Quality of Life Studies, the first Gallup Academic Leadership Award,
and the Jack Block Award for Personality Psychology. Dr. Diener has
won several teaching awards, including the Oakley-Kundee Award
for Undergraduate Teaching at the University of Illinois. With over 50
publications he is the most published author in the Journal of Personality
and Social Psychology.
Professor Diener’s research focuses on the measurement of well-being; temperament and personality influences on wellbeing; theories of well-being; income and well-being; and cultural influences on well-being. He has edited three recent
books on subjective well-being, and a 2005 book on multi-method measurement in psychology. Diener just published a
popular book on happiness with his son Robert Biswas-Diener (Happiness: Unlocking the Mysteries of Psychological Wealth)
as well as a book on policy uses of accounts of well-being with Richard Lucas, Ulrich Schimmack, and John F. Helliwell (WellBeing for Public Policy). A multivolume collection of his most influential works in the area of subjective well-being will be
published this year (The Collected Works of Ed Diener), as well as a book on international differences in well-being, which he
edited in conjunction with Daniel Kahneman and John F. Helliwell (International Differences in Well-Being).
Lecture Title: A Cross-Cultural View of Well-Being
With 12,000 published studies a year related to the science of subjective well-being (SWB), there have been
impressive advances in knowledge. The talk will focus on five intriguing topics related to culture and well-being: 1.
There are universal predictors of subjective well-being across the world related to the fulfillment of basic human
needs. 2. However, there are also culture-specific predictors of SWB. For example, exhibiting the behaviors and
characteristics that are valued in one’s cultures – cultural congruence – heightens feelings of SWB. 3. A promising
development is the use of societal measures of SWB to inform policy deliberations. For instance, income security
programs and green space seem to enhance SWB. 4. One important area of scholarship is the definition and
measurement of SWB across cultures, including the valuation of feelings and satisfaction across cultures, as well
as understanding response styles that can create differences in scores. 5. A new area of research revolves around
the beneficial effects of SWB on later outcomes such as health and longevity, social relationships, citizenship, and
work productivity. Because most of the outcome research has been conducted in western individualistic societies
that highly value SWB, a critical issue is whether the findings will generalize to other cultural contexts. Although
progress has been exciting, there are huge research opportunities in each of these areas for scholars interested
in culture.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Peter J. Richerson
University of California Davis, USA
Peter J. Richerson is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of the
Department of Environmental Science and Policy at the University
of California, Davis.
Richerson studied entomology at UC Davis, earning his B.S. in
1965. In 1969, he completed his PhD in zoology. After a postdoc
and junior professorship he was, from 1977 until 2006, Professor
of Environmental Science at UC Davis. He was a guest professor
at University of California, Berkeley (1977–78), Duke University
(1984), and the University of Exeter (2004). In 1991 he was a guest
researcher at the Bielefeld University.
Lecture Title: The Evolution of Cultural Differences
Cultural differences arise rather quickly between even semi-isolated groups. In part this is due to the fact that
cultural evolution is a comparatively rapid process, but in part it is because of the active symbolic marking of
groups. Social identities are important to individuals and they are quick to adopt common dress, dialect, religious
practices and so forth that reflect these differences. Symbolic differentiation can occur on quite small scales,
such as neighborhoods in a city, occupational groups, and workplace organizations. The ethnolinguistic group is
a classic example, but non-trivial groups exist at quite large scales, such as the great religions. Symbolic markers
in turn structure social networks and the flow of ideas, allowing non-symbolic differences to grow up between
groups. Mathematical models suggest that symbolic marking could have arisen to damp down the flow ideas from
group to group. On an ecological gradient, your neighbors may have many practices useful in their environment
but maladaptive in yours. Also your neighbors may have social customs that fit poorly with customs in your
group. Thus, symbolically marked groups are a little like organic species. However, if foreign ideas or practices
are sufficiently attractive they will spread across all but the strongest symbolic boundaries. Cultural differences
range from maladaptive to neutral to adaptive and a lot of work is required to tell the difference. Although violent
struggles sometimes break out along symbolic boundaries, most boundaries are peaceful most of the time.
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Keynote Speaker
He is coauthor with Robert Boyd of Culture and the Evolutionary
Process, and Not By Genes Alone: How Culture Transformed Human
Evolution.
SPEAKERS
Professor Ying-Yi Hong
CUHK Business School at the Chinese University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Keynote Speaker
Ying-yi Hong is a Professor at the CUHK Business School at the Chinese
University of Hong Kong. She received her Ph.D. from Columbia
University in 1994 and had taught at the Hong Kong University of Science
and Technology from 1994 to 2002 before moving to University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign where she taught for eight years. She received
the Otto Klineberg Intercultural and International Relations Award in
2001, the Young Investigator Award (conferred by the International
Society of Self and Identity) in 2004, and is a Fellow of the Association
for Psychological Science.
Her main research interests include culture and cognition, self, identity,
and intergroup relations. She is currently the editor of Advances in
Culture and Psychology, associate editor of Asian Journal of Social
Psychology, and serving on the editorial board of Journal of Personality
and Social Psychology. She has published over 100 journal articles and
book chapters. Her most recent book entitled “Social Psychology of
Culture” was published in 2006 by Psychology Press.
Lecture Title: Do Multicultural Identities Challenge Traditions or Create the Future?
This talk attempts to address the conference theme of “Honoring Traditions and Creating the Future” from
the angle of multicultural identities. As the global mobility of individuals and social groups has become the “new
normal,” it is urgent to understand how individuals experience contacts with multiple cultures in their daily life.
Although multiple cultural exposures have been shown to have beneficial effects (such as enhancing cultural frame
switching and creativity), it could also threaten individuals’ own cultural identity. To understand the interplay
between these two opposing consequences, I will delineate the concepts of Multicultural Mind and Multicultural
Self. Multicultural mind entails acquiring and applying knowledge of new cultures. This process could benefit
creativity and innovation. By contrast, multicultural self entails using cultural traditions to definite the self, a process
that could lead to negative reactions toward new culture if individuals feel that the new culture could erode or
contaminate their own culture. I will discuss factors that contribute to positive and negative effects of multiple
cultural exposures, and buttress my points using empirical findings from brain, social cognitive and behavioral
research. Finally we will explore how the future of mankind depends on mutual respect and active learning
between different cultural traditions, and how multicultural identities will play a key role in the process.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Junko Tanaka-Matsumi
Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Junko Tanaka-Matsumi is a professor in the Department of Integrated
Psychological Science at Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya-City,
Japan. She is also professor emeritus of psychology at Hofstra University,
Hempstead, New York, where she taught clinical psychology for 20
years until 2000.
Lecture Title: 100 Years of Research on the Relationship between Culture and Psychology: Emic
and Etic Approaches Reappraised
In what ways does culture matter when clinicians work with their clients and patients in clinically-relevant settings across
cultures? In this presentation, I trace the dramatic changes in theoretical and empirical approaches to cross-cultural
psychopathology and appraise the current state of knowledge on the relationship between culture and psychopathology.
Historically, Emil Kraepelin (1904) reported observational accounts from Java of the “very remarkable differences” in forms
of psychopathology possibly as a function of then undefined socio-cultural factors. Kraepelin’s bio-medical approach to
psychopathology looms large in the successive editions of psychiatric classification, particularly after DSM-III (1980). It took
nearly a century to recognize the role of culture in psychiatric diagnosis; DSM-IV (1994) developed an Outline for Cultural
Formulation (OCF) for the evaluation of the individual’s cultural background and DSM-5 (2013) developed the OCF
Interview. Research shows, however, that patients and clinicians have their own models of mental illness in specific sociocultural context, a finding of tremendous importance for culturally-informed assessment of psychopathology. Alternative
approaches to studies of psychopathology have therefore given priority to developing assessment of the socio-cultural
context and its interaction with individuals and groups presenting abnormal behaviors. These views have focused on emic
or culture-specific concepts of mental disorders and culturally sanctioned methods of treatment. I compare and contrast
major findings of psychopathology research from etic (universal) and emic (culture-specific) perspectives, and try to answer
the globally pressing question posed at the beginning of this abstract.
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Keynote Speaker
Tanaka-Matsumi received her PhD in clinical psychology from the
University of Hawaii at Manoa and was an East-West Center (Honolulu)
scholarship student. She is a fellow of the American Psychological
Association and an associate editor of Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology,
and consulting editor for International Perspectives in Psychology: Research,
Practice, Consultation, as well as other Japanese journals. She has published
on culture and psychopathology, functional analytic approaches to crosscultural therapy, and school-based cognitive behavioral research and
consultation to promote children’s classroom adjustment and learning
in Japan.
SPEAKERS
Professor Laurence J. Kirmayer
McGill University, Canada
Walter J. Lonner Distinguished
Invited Lecturer
Laurence J. Kirmayer, MD, FRCPC, FCAHS, FRSC is James McGill
Professor and Director, Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry,
Department of Psychiatry, McGill University. He is Editor-in-Chief of
Transcultural Psychiatry, and Director of the Culture & Mental Health
Research Unit at the Institute of Community and Family Psychiatry,
Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, where he conducts research
on culturally responsive mental health services, the mental health of
indigenous peoples, and the anthropology of psychiatry. He founded
and directs the annual Summer Program and Advanced Study Institute
in Cultural Psychiatry at McGill. His past research includes studies on
cultural consultation, pathways and barriers to mental health care for
immigrants and refugees, somatization in primary care, and indigenous
concepts of mental health and resilience. Current projects include:
culturally-based, family-centered mental health promotion for Aboriginal
youth; the use of cultural formulation in cultural consultation; and
the place of culture in global mental health. He edited the volumes,
Understanding Trauma: Integrating Biological, Clinical, and Cultural
Perspectives (Cambridge University Press), Healing Traditions: The Mental
Health of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada (University of British Columbia
Press), Cultural Consultation: Encountering the Other in Mental Health Care
(Springer), DSM-5 Handbook for the Cultural Formulation Interview (APPI),
and Re-Visioning Psychiatry: Cultural Phenomenology, Critical Neuroscience
and Global Mental Health (Cambridge). He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences and the Royal Society of
Canada. He has received a CIHR senior investigator award, a presidential commendation for dedication in advancing cultural
psychiatry from the Canadian Psychiatric Association, as well as both the Creative Scholarship and Lifetime Achievement
awards from the Society for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture.
Lecture Title: Embodiment and Enactment in Cultural Psychiatry: From Neurophenomenology to
Situated Practice
Cultural psychiatry is concerned with understanding the nature and implications of human cultural diversity for
psychopathology, illness experience, and intervention. The emerging paradigms of embodiment and enactment in cognitive
science can provide cultural psychiatry with ways to approach this diversity in terms of variations in bodily and intersubjective
experience, narrative practices, and discursive formations. While evolutionary history reaches all the way up from brain
circuitry to cultural forms of life, culture reaches all the way down to neuroplastic circuitry and epigenetic regulation; hence,
human biology is fundamentally cultural biology. This presentation will outline an approach to cultural neurophenomenology
and psychopathology through metaphor theory, which brings together the interplay of culturally shaped developmental
processes that underlie embodied experience with narrative practices that are structured by ideologies of personhood and
social positioning. The new paradigm has broad implications for mental health theory, research and practice, which will be
illustrated with examples from the cross-cultural study of mental disorders.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Hazel R. Markus
Stanford University, USA
Hazel Rose Markus is the Davis-Brack Professor in the Behavioral
Sciences at Stanford University. Her research focuses on the role of
self in regulating behavior and on the ways in which the social world
shapes the self. Her work examines how cultures, including those of
nation or region of origin, gender, social class, race, ethnicity, religion, and
occupation, shape thought, feeling, and action.
Education
Markus received her B.A. from California State University at San Diego
and her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.
Special Colloquium
Speaker
Awards
Markus is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
She has received the American Psychological Association’s award for
Distinguished Scientific Contribution, the Donald T. Campbell award
from SPSP for contributions to social psychology, the APS William James
Award for lifetime achievement for basic research, and is a member of
National Academy of Sciences.
Leadership
Markus is currently director of Stanford’s Research Center for
Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) and co-director of
Stanford’s center for Social Psychological Answers to Real-world Questions (SPARQ). She is a member of the Successful
Societies Advisory Committee, a program of the Canadian Institute For Advanced Research (CIFAR), and is the former
President of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
Lecture Title: Applying Cultural Psychology: The Significance of Interdependence
Cultural psychology has flourished in the last three decades.Many forms of culture including those of nation and region of
origin, race, gender, religion and social class have been analyzed, as well as many aspects of psychological functioning—self,
emotion, motivation, cognition, relationships intergroup conflict, and power. The case for the idea that “culture and psyche
make each other up” and for diversity in psychological functioning now rests on a solid foundation of theory and empirical
work. Given these advances the time is right for an applicable and communicable cultural psychology that addresses some
of our societies’ most pressing problems which often have cultural clashes as their root cause. The analysis of many of these
problems still begins with an independent and WEIRD perspective in which behavior is explained in terms of preferences,
goals and values of the individual. With examples from education, health and economic development, I will suggest that
successful interventions in these domains can benefit from cultural psychology’s findings and insights about interdependence,
i.e., behavior that is regulated through relationships and and involves being receptive to specific others, realizing expectations
and obligations, and following culturally prescribed norms.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Shinobu Kitayama
University of Michigan, USA
Special Colloquium
Speaker
Originally from Japan, Shinobu Kitayama received his Ph.D. from the
University of Michigan, where he is currently the Robert B. Zajonc
Collegiate Professor of Psychology and the Director of the Center for
Culture, Mind, and the Brain. He also directs the Culture and Cognition
Program.
His research focuses on cultural variations in self, cognition, emotion,
and motivation. His article with Hazel Markus on culture and the self,
published in Psychological Review (1991), is one of the most widely
cited in social and behavioral sciences. Over the last two decades he
has used a variety of experimental methods to document a wide array
of East-West differences in psychological processes. His more recent
work has explored regional, social class, as well as age differences
and similarities in psychological tendencies to understand their sociocultural underpinnings. He has also pioneered the use of neuroscience
measures such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and
electroencephalogram (EEG) in the investigation of the dynamic,
recursive interaction between culture and the brain, thereby contributing
to the emerging field of cultural neuroscience. His most recent work
has focused on how certain dopamine-related genes might modulate
cultural acquisition.
Before Michigan, he taught at the University of Oregon, Kyoto University, the University of Chicago, and Stanford University.
He was a Fellow, twice, at the Center for Advanced Studies in Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA (1995-1996, 2007-2008). A
recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2010, he has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2012).
He served as Editor-in-chief of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin between 2007 and 2012.
Lecture Title: A Biological Extension of the Heart and Soul of Cultural Psychology
Cultural psychology was rediscovered during the 1980s and 1990s when many of us began to believe that cultural
meanings and practices go quite deep “under the skin.” At the same time, we also took it for granted that the
psychological processes that are shaped by culture must, in turn, dynamically reconstitute the cultural meanings
and practices. Thus, Richard Shweder’s thesis, “culture and the psyche make each other up,” became the heart and
soul of the field. It shaped and motivated the field during the 1990s, and our paper, “Culture and the Self,” provided
some impetus to the research effort back then. It is only recently, however, that the field began directly addressing
its original premise by adopting various biological measures (e.g., neuroimaging and assessment of biomarker).
This biological extension of cultural psychology has made it possible to examine, both literally and on-line, how
deep culture might go under the skin. Moreover, by empirically linking various biological indices to socio-cultural
variables such as cultural norms, beliefs, and practices, the field has begun to address the mutual constitution
between culture and the psyche in an expanded theoretical context that encompasses both eco-geographical
history and human evolution. This effort has the potential of bringing culture into neuroscience, medicine, genetics,
and other traditionally biological fields as an active element of relevant neurophysiological, genetic, and epigenetic
pathways.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Toshio Yamagishi
Hitotsubashi University, Japan
- Unfortunately, this lecture has been cancelled Lecture Title: Taming Parochial Prosociality at the Time of Increasing Global Interdependence
State-of-the-Art
Lecture Speaker
Toshio Yamagishi received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from
Hitotsubashi University in sociology, and his doctoral degree in sociology
from the University of Washington in 1981. Soon after, he started his
teaching career at Hokkaido University, then moved to the University
of Washington in 1985, and back in Japan at Hokkaido University in
1988. During the quarter of a century following his return to Hokkaido
University, he received the Center of Excellence Grant twice, in 2002
and 2007, and established the Center for Experimental Research in Social
Sciences in 2007 and became Inaugural Director. After retirement in
2012 from Hokkaido University, he moved to the Brain Science Institute
at Tamagawa University, then to the Center for Research in Evolutionary
Cognitive Sciences at the University of Tokyo, and finally to the current
position at Hitotsubashi ICS. After returning to Hokkaido University, he
spent a few months at a time at various places and capacities including
Fellow at Zentrum fuer Umfragen, Methoden und Analysen (1990), Rio
Tinto/La Trobe University Distinguished Visiting Fellow (1999), Fulbright
Fellow (2000), Distinguished Fellow at the Institute of Advances Study,
La Trobe University (2001), Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study
in Behavioral Sciences (2002), and Distinguished Fellow at the Sage
Center for the Study of Mind, University of California Santa Barbara. He
received the national honor of Medal with Purple Ribbon in 2004 and
Person of Cultural Merits in 2013.
Evolutionary theorists struggling with the puzzle of large-scale human cooperation generally agree that human prosociality
is parochial, and the social mechanism (or social niche) to support parochial prosociality is small groups consisting of strongties in which negative reputational consequences of norm-abiding/violating behaviors yield a strong disciplinary power.
However, the cost of maintaining the parochial social order in the form of opportunity cost is increasing in many corners
of the world, and the social order provided by the rule of law is replacing parochial production of social order. Rule of
law frees people from the need to depend for protection on strong-tie network, and allows individuals to seek better
opportunities on their own initiative and at their own risk outside the parochial world. The resulting “individualistic”
behavioral principles are often incompatible with parochial values and norms of prosociality (and their neuro-psychological
foundations), as seen in the current controversy between communitarian and libertarian ethics in the West or conflicts
between traditional community values and “immoral” “Western” values in non-Western societies. Bridging the cultural
individualism/independence-collectivism/interdependence literature with the intuitive-deliberative prosociality literature, I
believe, will provide a first step toward addressing the issue that the next generation of social scientists face in the coming
world – the issue of how we take advantage of our evolved neuro-psychological endowment for parochial prosociality in
designing social institutions (or, “culture”) that make us live without hating and destroying each other.
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SPEAKERS
Professor Sylvia X. Chen
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
IACCP Early Career
Award Winner
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen is a Professor in the Department of Applied Social
Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She received her
Ph.D. in psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and M.A.
in counseling psychology from Santa Clara University, U.S.A.
Her research focuses on the social psychology of bilingualism and
biculturalism, globalization and multiculturalism, personality and social
behavior in cultural contexts, and cultural diversity and mental health. To
this end, Sylvia has published over 50 journal articles and book chapters.
She was a recipient of the Michael Harris Bond Award for Early Career
Research Contributions in 2013 and the Jung-heun Park Young Scholar
Award in 2005, conferred by the Asian Association of Social Psychology.
She also received several academic awards from the American
Psychological Association Division 52 (International Psychology), Gallup
Positive Psychology Institute, Hong Kong Psychological Society, and
Hong Kong Association of University Women during 2004-2007.
Currently, she serves as an associate editor of Journal of Cross-Cultural
Psychology and Asian Journal of Social Psychology.
Lecture Title: Psychological Responses to Cultural Globalization: Bicultural Identities, Acculturation and
Beyond
With the advent of globalization, cultures become increasingly connected through communication, transportation,
and trade. The growth of information technology, the speed of geographic mobility, and the expansion of
international corporations expose many people to two or more cultures and facilitate intercultural contacts.
Globalization has not only brought change to cultural dynamics, but also influenced the psychological processes
of individuals being acculturated to norms, values, and practices of other cultures. Research has differentiated
immigration-based versus globalization-based acculturation and shown patterns of cultural identification arising
from these two types of acculturation experiences. Global Orientations reflect individuals’ feelings, thoughts,
and behaviors in the process of multicultural exposure and contact, comprising Multicultural Acquisition as a
proactive response and Ethnic Protection as a defensive response to cultural globalization. I will present a series of
studies examining the antecedents and consequences of global orientations among majority and minority groups
in multicultural societies and relatively monocultural contexts.
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SPEAKERS
Dr. Jia He
Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Lecture Title: The General Response Style from a Cross-Cultural Perspective
Harry and Pola Triandis
Doctoral Thesis Award Winner
Jia He is a Humboldt post-doctoral researcher in the German Institute
for International Educational Research (DIPF) in Germany and a Thomas
J. Alexander fellow in the Organization for Economic-Cooperation and
Development (OECD). Her fellowship projects involve the extent
of data incomparability in international surveys, and on solutions to
overcome or pre-empt the effects of data incomparability. She obtained
her Ph.D. (cum laude) in cross-cultural psychology in Tilburg University,
the Netherlands. She obtained her M.A. degree in Intercultural
Communication from Shanghai International Studies University, China.
Her current research includes comparability and validity with innovative
designs of item formats and sophisticated psychometric methods
in cross-cultural research. She is also interested in modern research
methods such as structural equation modeling, multilevel analysis, and
Bayesian statistics.
Response styles have been studied since the 1950s, yet its psychological meaning and implications on validity of data are still
under debate. Challenges in research on response styles such as the different operationalizations, lack of validity measures
not susceptible to response styles, and inconsistency in their correction effects. My dissertation addresses these challenges
by (1) integrating different response styles to a general factor, (2) establishing the nomological network of response styles
with validity measures at both individual and cultural level, and (3) exploring the implications of response style effects
in cross-cultural surveys. The main findings include that a general response style representing response moderation to
amplification is confirmed; response styles represent valid individual and cultural differences; and their correction do not
seem to change cross-cultural differences substantially. Implications are discussed.
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GETTING TO THE VENUE
July 30: Nagoya University Campus
Pre-Congress Workshops and Welcome Reception
On Saturday, July 30, 2016, Nagoya University will be the host of the pre-congress workshops and welcome reception for IACCP2016.
Workshops will be held in the Department of Education on the western side of the school.
Nagoya University is located about 30 minutes from Nagoya Station on the subway line or about 25 minutes by taxi (depending
on traffic).
Access: From Nagoya Station take the Higashiyama Subway Line to Motoyama. At Motoyama transfer to the Meijo Subway Line
(clockwise). Get off at Nagoya Daigaku subway station (Nagoya University), Exit 1. It costs 270 Yen.
There will be student volunteers between Nagoya Daigaku subway station and the venue on Saturday from 12:00-13:30 and 16:0018:30 to guide to you the proper location.
If volunteers are not available, please follow these directions:
At Exit 1, turn to your right and walk up the courtyard about 200 meters. On your left you will pass two buildings, the first building
is the School of Economics, the second building is the School of Letters. Walk past the 2nd building and turn left at the road.
Follow this road for about 150 meters, you will pass a Family Mart on your left about half-way and come to a T-intersection. Turn
left here, the Department of Education is about 40 meters down on the left-hand side.
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GETTING TO THE VENUE
Sunday, July 31 to Wednesday, August 3:WINC Aichi Conference
Center
The 23rd Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology
Address: Mei-eki 4-4-38, Nakamura Ward, Nagoya 450-0002, Aichi
Phone number: +81 52-571-6131
Situated in the heart of downtown Nagoya,WINC Aichi provides easy access to food, shopping, city nightlife, as well as transportation
to other areas of Nagoya and Japan. Nagoya station is a five-minute walk from the center and boasts access to Japan’s bullet train
and other local lines connecting you to the rest of mainland Japan. Nagoya Station is easily recognized by its iconic rounded towers
that look out over the city. It is also the central station for many of Nagoya’s trains, subways and bus lines. From Nagoya station, the
congress venue, WINC Aichi, is a short five-minute walk away.
Access from Nagoya Station
From the Higashiyama subway line come out of exit 8 ...
From the Sakuradori subway line come out of exit 11...
From the Meitetsu or Kintestu lines come out of exit 12 ...
From JR Lines and the Shinkansen (Bullet Train) find the Golden Clock on the eastern side of Nagoya Station (the opposite side
from the Shinkansen exit). Exit the station through the glass doors ...
... then from your exit follow the sidewalk to the right of the taxi pick-up zone and head to the cross-walk on the corner. Across the
street is a large Prada store. Walk past the store, keeping it on your left-hand side. Continue straight for about 100 meters. You will
come to a small intersection. On the left-hand side will be “BIG ECHO”. Keep going straight. The main entrance to WINC Aichi is
just past BIG ECHO on the right-hand side.
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CONGRESS GUIDE
Cultural & Social Program
Congress Welcome Reception
Saturday, July 30, Nagoya University Campus
The welcome reception will be held at the Nagoya University campus on Saturday, July 30 (18:00-20:00). There will be
drinks and light refreshments available.
Nagoya University campus is located on the subway network approximately 30 minutes from central Nagoya.
Taiko Drum Performance
Sunday, July 31, WINC Aichi
Nagoya University is proud to have the Folk Dance and Music Club 「民族舞踊団音舞」 amongst their student
organizations. The group will perform a traditional Japanese taiko drum and dance performance during a special evening
performance on Sunday, July 31 at WINC Aichi.
The club currently consists of 62 members, and has been demonstrating traditional folk dance and music to our community
for 43 years. In consistency with the conference theme, “Honoring tradition and creating the future,” we are blessed to
have this amazing group of youngsters honoring our tradition, whilst promising us a bright future!
IACCP General Assembly Meeting
This will be held on Monday in the Great Hall (17:30-19:00)
Congress Dinner
Tuesday, August 2,Yanagibashi Beer Garden
The Congress Dinner will be held on the evening of Tuesday, August 2 at the roof-top Yanagibashi Beer Garden, located
near the Winc Aichi congress venue.
The dinner includes a set base menu, a buffet, and unlimited drinks (beer, soft drinks, etc). There are also optional extras
available that you can buy.
There are two sittings; 17:30-19:30 and 20:00-22:00
The Congress Dinner is included in the registration fee, however pre-registration is required.
A Japanese Cultural Experience:Yagoto Koshoji Tour
This special cultural tour will visit Koshoji Temple in Nagoya’s historic Yagoto area. The Shingon Buddhist temple was
established in 1686 by Mitsutomo Tokugawa and is famous for its historic five-story wooden pagoda. Tour guests will be
able to experience a traditional tea ceremony and zazen meditation.
This is a volunteer-led walking tour and includes subway transportation fee.
Pre-registration is required for this tour. The 2,500 Yen fee covers admission and transportation fee
Tour Dates
Monday, August 1 (13:20-17:40)
Tuesday, August 2 (13:20-17:40)
Wednesday, August 3 (13:20-17:40)
*departs from the Congress Venue (Winc Aichi 1F).
*the schedule for each day is the same
Post Congress Tour of Kyoto
Thursday, August 4, 2016 – 07:30-18:30
This tour is sold out.
The old Imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto is the country’s cultural and historical centre. The ancient capital is home to
hundreds of temples and includes 17 World Heritage sites. Kyoto is an amazing mix of nature, traditional buildings, and
modern-day Japan. Join us as we spend the day touring Kyoto, learning more about this area’s vast history and deep cultural
heritage.
07:00 – 07:30 Check In (WINC Aichi 1F)
07:30 – 10:00 Travel by bus to Kiyomizudera
10:00 – 12:00 Kiyomizudera (Pure Water Temple)
12:00 – 12:30 Escort to Lunch
12:30 – 13:30 Lunch at Kyoto Royal Park Hotel
13:30 – 14:00 Escort to Ryoanji
14:00 – 15:00 Ryoanji (Zen Garden)
15:00 – 15:15 Escort to Kinkakuji
15:15 – 16:00 Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion)
16:00 – 18:30 Travel by bus to Nagoya
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Awards
The Witkin-Okonji Memorial Fund Award
The Witkin-Okonji Memorial Fund Award honours the memory of Herman Witkin and Michael Ogbulu Okonji, early pioneers
in the field of collaborative cross-cultural research. The purpose of the fund is to provide financial awards to IACCP members to
facilitate their attendance at international congresses, with particular concern for members from countries or areas of the world
that would otherwise not be represented at a particular congress of the Association.
Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award Winner
The purpose of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology is to promote and facilitate research in the areas of
culture and psychology. The IACCP believes that it is important to encourage high quality intercultural research at the predoctoral
level. The Harry and Pola Triandis Doctoral Thesis Award is intended to honor and reward good research and to advance the early
careers of dedicated researchers. Support for the award is provided by the Harry and Pola Triandis Fund that was established in
1997 (see Bulletin, June, 1997).
This year’s winner is Dr. Tia He from Tilburg University, the Netherlands.
IACCP Early Career Award Winner
Early career researchers’ contributions are critical for the health and growth of cross-cultural psychology.Their research inspires not only more
established researchers, but also sets a standard of excellence and provides examples for aspiring researchers. An Award for Early Career
Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology has been established to honor researchers at an early stage of their careers for their outstanding
contributions to knowledge generation, dissemination and application for cross-cultural psychology primarily through research, but also through
teaching of cross-cultural psychology and service to the field given the available opportunities.
This year’s winner is Sylvia X. Chen from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Pre-Congress Workshops
Pre-congress workshops will be held on Saturday, July 30 13:00-17:30 (half day) at the Graduate School of Education and Human
Development on Nagoya University Campus.
The pre-congress workshops are not included in the congress registration fees and pre-reservation is required.
WS1: Teaching cultural psychology: Course design and learning activities
Organizers: Beth Morling (University of Delaware, USA), Benjamin Cheung (University of British Columbia, Canada).
Timetable
13:00-14:00 Introduction of participants, overview of workshop, and identification of challenges. Participants will experience a
number of techniques for engaging students.
14:00-15:00 Introduction to course design and to evidence-based teaching and learning.
15:00-16:00 Through small group discussions, develop ways to adapt engagement techniques (from Hour 1) to the cultural psychology
course. Small groups will share ideas.The facilitators will also share some teaching activities, videos, and writing assignments that work
well in the course.
16:00-17:00 Through small group discussions, discuss ways to adapt teaching and learning science (from Hour 2) to the cultural
psychology course. Discussion topics will include ideas for for addressing and correcting misconceptions, how to avoid inadvertent
stereotyping, how to accommodate diverse students, and so on. Small groups will share ideas. Final wrap up and reflective writing
17:00-17:30 Final wrap up and reflective writing
WS2: Cultural neuroscience: Accomplishment so far and future directions
Organizers: Shinobu Kitayama (University of Michigan, USA), Shihui Han (Peking University, China), Michele Gelfand & Yan Mu
(University of Maryland, USA)
Timetable
13:00-14:00 Shihui Han
14:15-15:15 Michele Gelfand & Yan Mu
15:30-16:30 Shinobu Kitayama
16:45-17:30 General Discussion and Q&A
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Internet and WiFi Access
WiFi will be available on the 11F & 112F of the WINC Aichi Conference Center during the Congress (July 31-August 3)
login ID: IACCP2016
Password: WINCAICHI
What to Wear and Bring
Summer in Nagoya can be very hot and humid during the day with little cool off at night. It is recommended that delegates
wear appropriate clothing while outside and bring a light jacket or sweater when indoors as rooms are air-conditioned
and temperatures can difficult to control.
Registration and Information
On checking in at the Registration and Information Desk, you will receive a congress package, including your name badge.
You must wear your badge at all times during the congress. If you are not wearing your badge you may be asked to show
your identification.
There are three colours of badges indicating the type of congress participant:
Red: Presenters
Blue: Audience
Yellow: Keynote and Featured, and Invited Speakers
Black: Staff
The Registration and Information Desk will be open at the following times and locations:
Saturday – 16:00-18:00 (Nagoya University Campus)
Sunday – 08:00-17:00 (WINC Aichi 2F)
Monday – 08:00-17:00 (WINC Aichi 2F)
Tuesday – 08:00-17:00 (WINC Aichi 2F)
Wednesday – 08:00-16:00 (WINC Aichi 2F)
Lunch and Refreshments
Complimentary coffee, tea, water and light snacks will be served at coffee breaks throughout the day.
Lunch bentos will be served on the 11th floor in selected rooms at the following times:
Sunday – 11:00-14:00
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday – 11:00-13:30
Presentations and Equipment
All rooms will be equipped with a laptop computer pre-installed with PowerPoint and Keynote, as well as a screen and an LCD
projector. If you wish, you may directly link your own PC laptop, although we advise you to use the computer provided.
We recommend that you bring your presentation with you on a USB Flash Drive. As back-up we suggest sending yourself the
presentation by email.
Session Chairs
Session Chairs are expected to briefly introduce themselves and other speakers, hand out presentation certificates at the end of the
session, ensure that the session begins and ends on time, and that the time is divided fairly between the presentations.
In paper and rapid paper sessions a volunteer will be assisged to the room to assist the appointed session chair with timekeeping.
In Symposium sessions the chair performs the timekeeping role. Any remaining time at the end of a paper or rapid paper session
can be used for Q&A; this is led by the session chair. Poster sessions have no assisgned session chairs.
Please follow the order in the programme, and if for any reason a presenter fails to arrive, please keep to the original timeslots, as
delegates use the programme to plan their attendance.
A Polite Request to All Participants
Participants are requested to arrive in a timely fashion for all addresses, whether to their own, or to those of other
presenters. Presenters are reminded that the time slots should be divided fairly and equally between the number of
presentations, and that they should not overrun. We recommend that the 20-minute presentation time slot be divided as
follows: 15 minutes for the paper and five minutes for Q&A. Please refrain from talking during sessions and please turn off
your mobile phone or set it to silent.
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Rapid Paper Presentations
Rapid Paper presentations are scheduled as part of a panel of eight presentations lasting 90 minutes in total. Each presenter has a
maximum of 10 minutes. Any time remaining at the end of the 90-minute session can be used for Q&A and discussion.
Tuesday Poster Sessions
Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall 7F)
Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall 7F)
Poster Session 3: 13:50-15:20 (Exhibition Hall 7F)
Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall 7F)
Poster sessions last 90 minutes. Each board will have pushpins and adhesive tape available for presenters to secure their poster.
Poster Preparations
It is recommended that poster presenters use thin, lightweight poster paper. The poster boards will be approximately 1,800mm high by 900mm wide, so any of the following sizes will work well.
A1 size (841mm high × 594mm wide)
B1 size (1,030mm high × 728mm wide)
A0 size (1,189mm high × 841mm wide)
IACCP2016 Congress eBook: Call for Papers
Following longstanding IACCP tradition, the IACCP will publish a Congress eBook based on the presentations given at IACCP 2016.
This eBook is peer-reviewed and is not a conference proceedings volume.
To see previous congress eBooks, please check the IACCP website. We strongly encourage you to submit your research. Because
this is an “e-” book, the IACCP will publish as many high quality chapters as they receive. Their online books are easily findable
through search engines and offer a high level of visibility to authors.
The submission deadline and detailed information will be announced later.
Notes on Submission
- Submitters must be members of IACCP and must have presented the submitted paper at the IACCP2016 Congress in Nagoya, Japan.
– The manuscripts must represent previously unpublished work. The length should be around 10-12 pages, approximately 3,000 words, double-spaced, and typewritten in English with a 250-word abstract.
– Manuscripts should be prepared according to the most recent edition of the APA manual, and follow the submission requirements that will be provided specifically for the eBook.
– The submission period will be approximately two months following the IACCP2016 Congress.
Event Manager Information and Contact Details
The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), a Japan-based academic event organizer and publisher, is the event manager for IACCP
2016. For more information about IAFOR, its conferences and its publications, please visit www.iafor.org.
Address: Sakae 1-16-26 – 201, Naka Ward, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan 460-0008
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Abstracts Online
There are 2 ways to access abstract information for a presentation:
1) IAFOR Events app
The IAFOR Events app includes presentation names, author information and the full abstract.
The IAFOR Events app doesn’t require an internet connection of any kind after it’s been downloaded to your device.
You can download the app from the Apple App store or Google Play store by searching for “IAFOR Events”.
How to use the app
Searching
To find a specific abstract you can use the search bar at the top. A search will show results by looking through titles,
author names and streams.
Sorting
To get a better overview, you can sort the list of abstracts alphabetically by the abstract title, author or streams.
To sort, simply press on “Sort by” under the search bar and press on the desired sorting method.
You can also see abstracts of a specific abstract by pressing on “Stream” and then press on the desired stream.
Add to favorites
If you want to mark an abstract so that you can easily find it later. Simply press on “Add to favorites”.
If you want to remove an abstract as a favorite, press on the “remove from favorites” which is located at the same spot
as the “Add to favorites
Reading the abstract
To read more about a specific abstract, press on the abstract and a popup will show more information.
Press on “Go back” at the top up of the screen to go back to the list of abstracts.
You can find your favorite abstracts by pressing “favorites” at the top of the app. You can go back and see all abstracts
again by pressing “All” at the top.
2) IACCP2016 Abstract Search
Visit the URL abstracts.iaccp2016.com
Use our online search tool to:
Read for all presentation abstracts
Share abstracts on social media
Save abstracts as favourites to read later
Read a specific abstract if you know its submission number
For example – http://abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission99999/
Use the “Save as a favorite” button to add the abstract to “My Favorites list” for later reference
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SUNDAY
JULY 31
Sunday at a Glance
GREAT HALL SMALL HALL A SMALL HALL B
1101
1102
1104
1105
8:50
9:00
9:45
10:00
Welcome &
Presidential
Address
10:15
10:30
Break
10:45
11:00
11:15
Keynote
11:30
Diener
11:45
12:00
12:15
Break
Break
Break
Lunch
12:20
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30
Break
29449
Culture and
Conflict
29433
BIGSSS
Cross
(Symposium)
Boehnke
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Lunch
Lunch
25774
Basic Processes
of Value
Cultural/Social
Change
Bardi
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
13:45
14:00
14:10
14:30
IACCP Early
Career
Award
14:45
Winner’s Lecture
15:00
Chen
15:15
25794
Biology
30183
Religion
Indigenous
Psychology
Emotion
Development
(Paper)
(Paper)
Kim
(Symposium)
Norenzayan
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25791
Health
25800
Cognition &
Perception
29428
Happiness
Miyamoto
(Symposium)
Matsumoto
(Symposium)
Suh
(Symposium)
29421
Social Change
(ind in col
societies) #2
Break
Break
Break
Break
29427
Cultural-Clinical
29417
Relational
Mobility
29416
Emotion
Socialization
Attitude
Ryder
(Symposium)
Schug
(Symposium)
Karasawa
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
15:30
15:40
Break
16:00
16:15
16:30
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30
Break
29415
Social Change
(ind in col
societies) #1
Break
Break
Wu
(Symposium)
Chen
(Symposium)
17:50
18:00
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00
19:20
19:30
19:45
20:00
Break
Taiko
Performance
Break
Break
Sunday at a Glance
1106
1107
1108
1110
1201
1204
1208
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Acculturation/
Migration
Rapid Papers
Break
Rapid Papers
Break
29441
Development & Methodological
Education
Concerns
(Paper)
Fischer
(Symposium)
Fetvadjiev
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Education
Intercutural
Contact
Research
Methods
25765
Value
Development
29440
Social Identity
25813
MIRIPS
Acculturation #1
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
BenishWeisman
(Symposium)
Grigoryan
(Symposium)
Park
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
29434
Religion and
Negative
Emotions
25812
MIRIPS
Acculturation #2
Jong
(Symposium)
Park
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Intergroup
Relationships
Organization/
Work
Social Issues
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Ward
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Values/Norms
Organization/
Work
Religion
25786
Leader
Relationships
Geeraert
(Symposium)
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Bond
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
29422
Acculturation
Cognition &
Perception
(Paper)
25814
Cultural Identity
Rapid Papers
29445
Personality
25805
29432
Children's
Social
Acculturation
Development
Hekiert
Kanngiesser
(Symposium)
(Symposium)
Break
Break
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
08:50-10:15 Welcome & Presidential Address
12:20-13:50 Symposium Session 1
Room: Great Hall 2F
Room: Small Hall 1A
WELCOME ANNOUNCEMENTS
Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University, Japan
Jiro Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
29433 THE BIGSSS SYMPOSIUM: CHANGING LIVES
IN CHANGING SOCIO-CULTURAL CONTEXTS –
INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
Social Change, Cultural Evolution, and Human Development:
United States, China, and Japan
Patricia Greenfield, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29433
Chair: Klaus Boehnke, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Discussant: Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
10:30-12:00 Keynote Speech
Room: Great Hall 2F
A Cross-Cultural View of Well-Being
Ed Diener, University of Illinois, USA
12:20-13:50 Symposium Session 1
Room: Great Hall
29449 CULTURE AND CONFLICT: NEW PERSPECTIVES
ON RESPONSES TO INSULTS AND THREATS AMONG
MEMBERS OF HONOR AND NON-HONOR CULTURES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29449
Chair: Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
Discussant: S. Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University, Turkey
Presentation 1
On Culture and Identity: The Impact of Honor On Emotional
Reactions to Intergroup Insults
Angela T. Maitner, American University of Sharjah; Maitner, UAE
Diane M. Mackie, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Janet V. T. Pauketat, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Eliot R. Smith, Indiana University, USA
Presentation 2
A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Responses to Conflict and the
Role of Honor Values
Ceren Gunsoy, Iowa State University, USA
Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
Adil Saribay, Bogazici University, Turkey
S. Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University, Turkey
Presentation 3
The Role of Honor in Goal Pursuit
Ayse K. Uskul, University of Kent, UK
Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
S. Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University, Turkey
Phia Salter, Texas A&M University, USA
Ceren Gunsoy, Iowa State University, USA
K. Duygu Erdas, Sabanci University, Turkey
Presentation 1
Disentangling the Relationship between Home and Host
Country Identity – Comparing Results from Exchange Students
in the US, Europe, and Latin America
Regina Arant, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Presentation 2
Intergenerational Transmission of Family Values and Gender
Role Attitudes Among Immigrant and Autochthonous Children
- A European Comparison
Mandy Boehnke, University of Bremen, Germany
Presentation 3
The Diffusion of Values among and between Democracies and
Autocracies
Franziska Deutsch, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Presentation 4
Furtherings on a Quantitative Emic Cross-Cultural Comparison
Klaus Boehnke, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
12:20-13:50 Symposium Session 1
Room: Small Hall 1B
25774 ADVANCES IN UNDERSTANDING BASIC
PROCESSES OF VALUES AND THEIR CROSS-CULTURAL
IMPLICATIONS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25774
Chair: Anat Bardi, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Presentation 1
Value Change under Cultural Priming and its Impact on
Subjective Well-being
Shengquan Ye, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Ting Kin Ng, Department of Applied Social Sciences, City
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Anat Bardi, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University
of London, UK
Presentation 2
Do Values affect what we Hear? Values Predict Attention to
Stimuli
Anat Bardi, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway University
of London, UK
Polly Dalton, Department of Psychology, Royal Holloway
University of London, UK
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29609 12:40Cross Cultural Study: The Role of Culture, Social Support,
Trust & Self-enhancement on Social Media
Moon Halder, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Jens Binder, Nottingham Trent University, UK
James Stiller, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Mick Gregson, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Presentation 4
Personal values, morality, and unethicality: An integrated
framework
Gilad Feldman, Department of Work and Social Psychology,
Maastricht University, The Netherlands
24299 12:50Cultural Influence on the Relation Between Young People’s
Attitudes Towards Alcohol, Social Norms and Drunk-Driving
Intention
Julien Cestac, IFSTTAR, France
Jean-Pascal Assailly, IFSTTAR, France
Nadine Chaurand, IFSTTAR, France
Ruben Ledesma, CONICET, Argentina
Nguyen Minh Tam, Hue University, Vietnam
Marion Sinclair, Stellenbosch University, South Africa
Jaime Sanmartin, INTRAS, Spain
12:20-13:50 Paper Session 1
Room: 1105
CULTURAL/SOCIAL CHANGE
23713 12:20-12:40
“Bahala Na Ang Diyos” (God Will Take Care of Us):
Perspectives of Filipino Elderly in Urban Poverty
Jean M. Macalinao, University of Guam, Guam
Iain K. B. Twaddle, University of Guam, Guam
24481 13:00Lay Conceptions of Modesty in China: A Prototype Approach
Yuanyuan Shi, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Aiden P. Gregg, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Constantine Sedikides, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Science, China
24134 12:40-13:00
How Iranian Women Became Bipolar? Medicalization of
Sociocultural Conflicts Among Young Women in Iran
Fahimeh Mianji, McGill University, Canada
Laurence Kirmayer, McGill University, Canada
25971 13:00-13:20
Civic Engagement, Self Development and Gandhian Philosophy:
Emerging Indian Perspectives
Rachana Bhangaokar, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of
Baroda, India
28799 13:20-13:40
Differential Utilization of Parenting Resources by Chinese and
American Mothers Across Generations
Ying Zhang, Syracuse University, USA
Colleen Guthrie, Syracuse University, USA
24495 13:10Prevalence of Academic and Emotional Values in Children’s
Storybooks: An Investigation in the United States, China, and
Mexico
Danielle E. Delany, University of California Riverside, USA
Jorge Monroy, University of California Riverside, USA
Cecilia S. Cheung, University of California Riverside, USA
28438 13:20Predicting Creative Behavior in Different Domains with Values
and Background Variables: A Study of Representative Samples in
Two Russian Cultural Regions
Nadezhda Lebedeva, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Shalom Schwartz, Hebrew University, Israel, National Research
University Higher School of Economics, Russia
12:20-13:50 Rapid Paper Session 1
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: VALUES/NORMS
22115
12:20Children’s Gender Nonconformity as Justification for Discipline:
Experiences and Views of Children and Their Caregivers in
Urban Poor Family Settings
Katrin Cerille Calledo, University of the Philippines Diliman, The
Philippines
Wynona Jaye Dela Calzada, University of the Philippines Diliman,
The Philippines
Maria Karla Sabijon, University of the Philippines Diliman, The
Philippines
Veatriz Rafaelle Vallesteros, University of the Philippines Diliman,
The Philippines
23138 12:30Individual-Level Predictors of Tightness-Looseness
Anu Realo, University of Tartu, Estonia, University of Warwick,
UK
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28576 13:30Cultural Differences in Values As Self-Guides
Wing-Yee Cheung, University of Southampton, UK
Gregory R. Maio, Cardiff University, UK
Kerry J. Rees, University of Gloucestershire, UK
Shanmukh Kamble, Karnatak University, India
Sangeetha Mane, Karnatak University, India
12:20-13:50 Paper Session 1
Room: 1108
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
22173 12:20-12:40
Psychological and Socio-Cultural Adaptation and Experience of
International Students in Hong Kong Universities
Baohua Yu, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Anne Mandel, Aalto University, Finland
Presentation 3
Am I Talented or Lucky? The Role of Personal Values in
Predicting Self-Serving Attribution Bias
Andrey Elster, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
22482 12:40-13:00
Cross-Cultural Adaptation Shapes Sojourner Representations
of the Local People
Kinga Bierwiaczonek, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Sven Waldzus, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Karen I. van der Zee, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
23702 13:00-13:20
Identities’ Incompatibility As Mediator of the Relationship of
Perceived Discrimination and Strategies of Acculturation
Zarina Lepshokova, National Research University, Russia
Nadezhda Lebedeva, National Research University, Russia
23771 13:20-13:40
The Paradox of Socio-Economic Security in Mitigating
Xenophobia
Eugene Teng, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Chan-Hoong Leong, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Ronald Fischer, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation 2
Replication and Reproducibility in Cross-Cultural Research
Richard A. Klein, University of Florida, USA
Taciano L. Milfont, Centre for Applied Cross-cultural Research,
New Zealand
Presentation 3
What is Error, What is Culture and How can we Know? On
Handling Systematic Error in Cross-cultural Research
Jia He, German Institute for International Educational Research,
Germany
Katja Hanke, GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences,
Germany
Diana Boer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
12:20-13:50 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1204
12:20-13:50 Paper Session 1
Room: 1110
DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION
24141
12:20-12:40
Maternal Restrictive Control, German and Chilean Children’s
Self-Regulation, and School Achievement
Mirjam Weis, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Gisela Trommsdorff, University of Konstanz, Germany
Lorena Muñoz, Universidad de Chile, Chile
28484 12:40-13:00
Theory of Mind Development in Deaf and Hearing Individuals:
Early Childhood to Young Adulthood
Ma. Regina de Gracia, University of Sydney, Australia
Marc de Rosnay, University of Wollongong, Australia
Candida Peterson, University of Queensland, Australia
28590 13:00-13:20
Maternal Distress and Infant Sleep Arrangements in the First
Year: Cultural Norms and Maternal Preferences for Sleep
Arrangement Choices
Mina Shimizu, the Pennsylvania State University, USA
Douglas Michael Teti, the Pennsylvania State University, USA
12:20-13:50 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1201
29441 CONTEMPORARY STRATEGIES FOR DEALING
WITH METHODOLOGICAL CONCERNS IN CULTURECOMPARATIVE RESEARCH
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29441
Chair: Ronald Fischer, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Co-Chair: Ype Poortinga, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Discussant: Johnny Fontaine, University of Ghent, Belgium
29445 PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT IN MULTICULTURAL
CONTEXT: INSIGHTS FROM SOUTH AFRICA
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29445
Chair: Velichko H. Fetvadjiev, Victoria University of Wellington,
New Zealand
Discussant: Ype H. Poortinga, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Presentation 1
Psychological Assessment in Multicultural and Multilingual
Contexts: The Need for Emic Assessments
Sumaya Laher, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Velichko H. Fetvadjiev, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Presentation 2
The South African Personality Inventory (SAPI): A CultureInformed Instrument for the Country’s Main Ethnocultural
Groups
Deon Meiring, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Velichko H. Fetvadjiev, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Alewyn Nel, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Carin Hill, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Presentation 3
Adjective- and Verb-Based Personality Assessment in Blacks
and Whites in South Africa
Velichko H. Fetvadjiev, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Deon Meiring, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Presentation 4
Contributions of the SAPI Project to the Culture and
Personality Debate
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Presentation 1
Worries about Culture-comparative Research: A Brief
Overview
Ype Poortinga, Tilburg University, Netherlands
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Room: 1208
COGNITION & PERCEPTION
22438 12:20-12:40
Joint and Independent Narratives about Past and Future Events
in European and Chinese American Families
Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA
Jessie Bee Kim Koh, Cornell University, USA
Mairin R. Ng, Cornell University, USA
22522 12:40-13:00
Holistic Processing in Other Race Effect as Captured by Partial
and Complete Design
Ayu Okvitawanli, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
William Hayward, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
24031 13:00-13:20
Belgian Japanese Cultural Differences in Correct Rates of
Affective Picture Judgments
Haruka Yoshioka, Waseda University, Japan
Toshizumi Muta, Waseda University, Japan
Johnny R. J. Fontaine, Ghent University, Belgium
Fusako Koshikawa, Waseda University, Japan
23828 15:10-15:30
The Perception of Dialectical Emotion Expression Across
Cultures
Yay-hyung Cho, University of Michigan, USA
Janxin Leu, HopeLab, USA
Phoebe Ellsworth, University of Michigan, USA
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1B
DEVELOPMENT
23521 14:10-14:30
Rules & Responsibilities in Early Childhood in a Culturally
Diverse Population: A Cross-Sectional, Mixed Methods
Approach in Hawaii
Ashley Morris Biddle, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
24012 14:30-14:50
The Effect of Parent Stress on Children’s Socio-Emotional
Development: Variation in Path Models
Qian Wang, University of California, USA
Susan D. Holloway, University of California, USA
Wei Hua, Nanjing Normal University, China
Sawako Suzuki, Saint Mary’s College of California, USA
Ayumi Nagase, University of California, USA
Emily J. Campbell, University of California, USA
27644 13:20-13:40
Cultural Thinking Styles in Memory: The Role of Mnemonic
Strategies During Encoding and Retrieval
Amanda Marshall, University of Essex, UK
Nicolas Geeraert, University of Essex, UK
24107 14:50-15:10
Paternal Involvement of Turkish and German Contexts
Elif Durgel, Yasar University, Turkey
14:10-15:10 Special Session 2
Room: Great Hall
IACCP Early Career Award Winner’s Lecture
Psychological Responses to Cultural Globalization: Bicultural
Identities, Acculturation and Beyond
Sylvia X. Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
24114
15:10-15:30
Chinese Parenting Style and the Resilience of their Young Adult
Children
Tse Man Kit, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Zhou Dehui, Ruth, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1A
Room: 1101
EMOTION
25794 THE BIOLOGICAL UNDERPINNINGS OF
CULTURAL INFLUENCE
22494 14:10-14:30
Cultural Differences in How Followers Interpret, React to, And
Evaluate a Leader’s Anger Expressions
Bo Shao, University of New South Wales, Australia
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25794
Chair: Heejung S. Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara,
USA
Presentation 1
The Cultural and Biological Shaping of Religion’s Effects
Joni Sasaki, York University, Canada
23249 14:30-14:50
Differentiating Positive Emotions Across Cultures
YongQi Cong, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Disa Sauter, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Dacher Keltner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
23754 14:50-15:10
Cultural Differences in Self-Construal, Shame, Guilt, And Anger
Between Japan and the United States
Kohki Arimitsu, Komazawa University, Japan
Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Japan
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Culture, Oxytocin, and Interpersonal Trust
Heejung S. Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Kimin Eom, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Jessica LeClair, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Keiko Ishii, Kobe University, Japan
David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Shelley Kind, Suffolk University, USA
Stefan G. Hofmann, Boston University, USA
12:20-13:50 Paper Session 1
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Presentation 3
Cultural adaptation: association with serotonin transporter
gene variants
Emiko S. Kashima, La Trobe University, Australia
Presentation 4
Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia is Prospectively Associated with
Early Trajectories of Acculturation among New International
Students
Jean-Philippe Gouin, Concordia University, Canada
Marina Doucerain, Universite du Quebec Montreal, Canada
Sonya S. DeschĆŖnes, Douglas Mental Health Institute, Canada
Karine AubƩ, Concordia University, Canada
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada/Jewish General
Hospital, Canada
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1102
28860 14:50-15:10
Lajja in Indian Psychology: Spiritual, Social, and Literary
Perspectives on Shame
Dharm P S Bhawuk, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
32627 15:10-15:30
What we can Learn from “Darykhma” in Modern
Psychopathology?
Mostafa Zarean, University of Tabriz, Iran
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1105
29415 EMERGING INDIVIDUALISM IN COLLECTIVIST
SOCIETIES (PART I)
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29415
Chair: Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Co-Chair: Yuyan Chen, University of California Los Angeles, USA
30183 MORALISTIC GODS, SUPERNATURAL
PUNISHMENT, AND THE EXPANSION OF HUMAN
SOCIALITY
Presentation 1
Rising individualism and its discontents in China
Rui Zhang, Dickinson College, USA
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission30183
Chair: Ara Norenzayan, University of British Columbia, Canada
Discussant: Peter J. Richerson, University of California, Davis, USA;
Presentation 2
Social Change and Individualistic Goals in China: Intergenerational comparisons
Yuyan Chen, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Patricia M. Greenfield, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Presentation 1
Supernatural punishment and the evolution of cooperation
Benjamin G. Purzycki, University of British Columbia, Canada
Presentation 2
Religion and the cooperative sphere on Tanna Island
Quentin D. Atkinson, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Presentation 3
Religion and prosocial behavior among Indo-Fijians
Aiyana K. Willard, University of Texas at Austin, USA
Presentation 4
Traditional values for traditional lifeways: How local religious
beliefs support village life in Yasawa, Fiji
Rita A. McNamara, University of British Columbia, Canada
Presentation 3
Beyond the Harvard Six Cultures Project: The Effects of
Sociocultural Change on Mexican Children’s Cooperative
Behavior
Camilo Garcia, Veracruz University, Mexico
John Bechara, Tilburg University, Netherlands
Tania M. Vidana, Veracruz University, Mexico
Jannethe Colorado, Veracruz University, Mexico
Presentation 4
Competitiveness: personality trait or social skill that changes
with the cultural context?
Marta Fulop, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
14:10-15:40 Rapid Paper Session 2
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
Room: 1106
Room: 1104
SESSION TOPIC: SELF/IDENTITY/VALUES
INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY
22633 14:10-14:30
Effects of Chinese Indigenous Social Wisdom and Work Stress
on Well-Being of Insurance Workers
Wang Chung Kwei, Soochow University, Taiwan
Lo Kuo Ying, Soochow University, Taiwan
23972 14:30-14:50
The Inter-Relationship Between Perceived Chinese Parenting
Style, Chinese Personality and Emotional Expressivity in Hong
Kong Young Adult
Wong Wing Yan, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Ruth Zhou Dehui, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
25803 14:20-
Mono, bi or multi? Identification processes in a multicultural
context
Elke Murdock, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
25803 14:30-
National identity of Multiethinic Japanese-Indonesians in
Indonesia
Kazuyo Suzuki, Saitama Gakuen University, Japan
25803 14:40Russian National Identity in the Conditions of Ethnic Diversity
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25803 14:50The formation of national identity by immigrants in Germany
Debora B. Maehler, Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences,
Germany
27872 15:00Culture, Fixed-World Beliefs, and Perceptions of Identity
Change
Franki Y. H. Kung, University of Waterloo, Canada
Richard P. Eibach, University of Waterloo, Canada
Igor Grossmann, University of Waterloo, Canada
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
Room: 1108
INTERCULTURAL CONTACT
23042 14:10-14:30
Do You Want to Be My Friend? Perspectives on Friendships
with International Students
Nancy Arthur, University of Calgary, Canada
Xu Zhao, University of Calgary, Canada
24378 15:10Visual Individualism: A Comparison of American and Japanese
Fashion Magazines
Timothy R.S. Takemoto, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Mayu Iwaizono, Yamaguchi University, Japan
24245 15:20Understanding Cultural Self Through Cognitive Engagement and
Experience Engagement
Chieh Lu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Ching Wan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
23910 15:30Cultural Identity Across the Lifespan: The Experiences of Asian
Indian Children, Emerging Adults, and Middle-Aged Women
Stacey P. Raj, Miami University, USA
Suchi S. Daga, Miami University, USA
Vaishali V. Raval, Miami University, USA
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
Room: 1107
EDUCATION
24910 14:30-14:50
The Influence of Personality Traits on Simulated Intercultural
Interactions
Marike Franka Schilderman, University of Amsterdam, the
Netherlands
Joep Hofhuis, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
24494 14:50-15:10
Cross-Cultural Creativity: Identity Dialectics in Intercultural
Encounters Among Minority and Majority Youth
Hildegunn Marie T. Schuff, Ansgar University College and
Sorlandet Hospital, Norway
29067 15:10-15:30
Reciprocal Relations Between Social Self-Efficacy and Loneliness
Among Chinese International Students
William Tsai, California State University San Marcos, USA
Kenneth T. Wang, Fuller Theological Seminary, USA
Meifen Wei, Iowa State University, USA
21557 14:10-14:30
Effects of Self-Efficacy, Social Support and Religiosity on
Twelfth-Grade Students’ Test Anxiety in Indonesia
Immanuel Yosua, Asia University, Taiwan
Hsiu-Chen Lin, Asia University, Taiwan
RESEARCH METHODS
23769 14:30-14:50
Future Inferences and Rational Actions in History Lessons in
the United States, Japan, Iran, and France: Typology of Styles of
Reasoning
Masako Ema Watanabe, Nagoya University, Japan
23057 14:10-14:30
Four Forms of Equivalence with Self-Report Measures:
Implications for Cross-Cultural Measurement
Alexander W. Krieg, University of Hawaii, USA
Yiyuan Xu, University of Hawaii, USA
27885 14:50-15:10
Influence of Culture on Achievement Motivation and Academic
Achievement of Nomadic Fulani Primary Six School Girls in
Adamawa State, Nigeria
Beatrice Ahmadu Bahago, University of Jos, Nigeria
Valentine Ayo Mebu, Police Academy Kano, Kano State, Nigeria
Leah Anthony Olusiyi, University of Jos, Nigeria
Felicia Adoga, University of Jos, Nigeria
23198 14:30-14:50
A Case for Considering Similarities Between Groups of People:
An Illustration Using Social Variables
Paul H. P. Hanel, Cardiff University, UK
Gregory R. Maio, Cardiff University, UK
Antony S. R. Manstead, Cardiff University, UK
14:10-15:40 Paper Session 2
Room: 1110
28532 15:10-15:30
Gender Differences in Middle School Teachers Self and
Collective Efficacy Beliefs
Said S. Aldhafri, Sultan Qaboos University and The Research
Council, Oman
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28672 14:50-15:10
Is There a National Culture? Examining Country and Ethnicity
as Level of Analysis for Cultural Values
Smriti Agarwalla, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad,
India
Supriya Sharma, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, India
Neharika Vohra, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad,
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Hussain A. Alkharusi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Saleh S. Albusaidi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Badar H. Al Kharusi, Ministry of Education, Oman
Abdullah K. Ambusaidi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Khoula Z. Alhosni, Ministry of Education, Oman
Marwa N. Alrajhi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Tatiana Litvinov, Russian Academy of Science Moscow, Russia
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
India
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1201
25765 VALUE DEVELOPMENT IN YOUTH: STRUCTURE
AND CONTENT
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25765
Chair: Maya Benish-Weisman, University of Haifa, Israel
Co-Chair: Ella Daniel, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Discussant: Anat Bardi, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Presentation 1
The structure of young children’s values in Australia and Poland
Julie Lee, University of Western Australia, Australia
Anna Doering, University of Westminster
Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Trish Collins, University of Western Australia, Australia
Presentation 2
Prosocial Behavior and Values: Developmental, Genetic and
Environmental Contributions in Childhood
Hasenfratz, Liat, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Israel Salomon, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Abramson, Lior,The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Avinun, Reut, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Dar, M, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Zahn-Waxler, Carolysn, University of Wisconsin at Madison,
Madison, WI, USA
Knafo-Noam, Ariel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Presentation 3
Value Development during Adolescence: Dimensions of Change
and Stability
Ella Daniel, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Maya Benish-Weisman, University of Haifa, Israel
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1204
29440 APPLYING SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY TO
COMPLEX CONTEXTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29440
Chair: Lusine Grigoryan, Bremen International Graduate School
of Social Sciences, Germany
Co-Chair: Dora Simunovic, Bremen International Graduate
School of Social Sciences, Germany
Discussant: Fons J.R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, Netherlands
Presentation 1
Structural Origins Of Social Identity: An Evolutionary
Perspective
Dora Simunovic, Bremen International Graduate School of Social
Sciences, Germany
Presentation 2
Group-Based Pride and Out-Group Attitudes: The Role of
Security of National Identity and Intergroup Comparison
Alexandra Sivova, Tilburg University, Netherlands & National
Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
Vladimir Ponizovskiy, Tilburg University, Netherlands & National
Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia
Presentation 3
Dealing With Multiple Categorization: Exploring Mechanisms
Behind Category Importance
Lusine Grigoryan, Bremen International Graduate School of Social
Sciences, Germany
14:10-15:40 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1208
25813 MIRIPS (MUTUAL INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS IN
PLURAL SOCIETIES): #1
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25813
Chair: Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and
Business, Japan
Presentation 1
Introduction of the MIRIPS project
John W. Berry, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada and Higher
School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow,
Russia
Presentation 2
Comparative examination of mutual intercultural relations in
Russia and Latvia
Nadezhda Lebedev, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Alexander Tatarko, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
John W. Berry, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada and Higher
School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow,
Russia
Presentation 3
Intercultural relations between Russians and two groups of
migrants in Central Russia
Tatiana Ryabichenko, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Nadezhda Lebedev, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Presentation 4
Mutual acculturation of ethnic minorities and majorities in two
republics of North Caucasus
Victoria Galyapina, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
Marina Lepshokova, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Nadezhda Lebedev, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1101
25791 CULTURAL, STRUCTURAL, AND PSYCHOSOCIAL
GROUNDINGS OF PHYSICAL HEALTH
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25791
Chair: Yuri Miyamoto, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Discussant: Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA
Presentation 1
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Presentation 2
Socioeconomic and Gender Inequalities in Physical Functioning:
International Comparative Studies on British, Finnish, and
Japanese Civil Servants
Michikazu Sekine, University of Toyama, Japan
Presentation 3
Cultural Contexts Buffers and Amplifies Links between
Emotion and Health
Yuri Miyamoto, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Presentation 2
Mating motive, financial status, and life satisfaction: Why money
matters more to men than women
Ji-eun Shin, Yonsei University, South Korea
Eunkook M. Suh, Yonsei University, South Korea
Presentation 3
Well-Being Across the Life Span: The Role of Aging,
Generations, and Period Effects
Smaranda Ioana Lawrie, University of California Santa Barbara,
USA
Kimin Eom, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Heejung S. Kim, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1105
Room: 1102
29421 EMERGING INDIVIDUALISM IN COLLECTIVIST
SOCIETIES (PART II)
25800 COGNITION & PERCEPTION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25800
Chair: David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University, USA
Discussant: Susumu Yamaguchi, Faculty of Letters - The University
of Tokyo, Japan
Presentation 1
The Role of Context in Judging Facial Expressions of Emotion
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University, USA
Hyisung C. Hwang, San Francisco State University, USA
Hiroshi Yamada, Nihon University, Japan
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29421
Chair: Yuyan Chen, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Co-Chair: Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Presentation 1
Free money to young Chinese: happy to share, prudent to
spend versus Conservatives
Rong Zeng, Beijing Administrative College, China
Aihong Shan, Beijing Administrative College, China
Presentation 2
Vertical versus horizontal individualism and deprivation
curiosity: A cross-cultural study among Chinese and Americans
Chan Zhou, Beijing Normal University, China
Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Presentation 2
Cultural Differences in the Affective Meaning Space Model of
Face Perception
Ryuta Suzuki, Sanno Institute of Management, Japan
Presentation 3
Fundamental Attribution Error among Chinese: An Examination
of Dispositionism, Social Identity, and Individualism
Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Adam B. Cohen, Arizona State University, USA
Christine Ma-Kellams, University of La Verne, USA
Xianqiang Li, Xiamen University, China
Presentation 3
Self-Reported Expression and Experience of Triumph across
Four Countries
Hyisung C. Hwang, San Francisco State University, USA
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University, USA
Hiroshi Yamada, Nihon University, Japan
Aleksandra Kostic, University of Niš, Serbia
Juliana Granskaya, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
16:00-17:30 Rapid Paper Session 3
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1106
Room: 1104
ESSION TOPIC: WELL-BEING
29428 EXPANDING THE CULTURE AND HAPPINESS
ARENA: GERMS, SEX-RATIO, AND AGE
21329 16:00Depression and Personal Wellbeing Index (PWI) in Macao
Adults: Results from the Macao Health Survey (MHS) 2006
Ken Gu, Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29428
Chair: Eunkook M. Suh, Yonsei University, South Korea
Discussant: Ed Diener, University of Illinois, USA
Presentation 1
Pathogen Threats Predict Cultural Differences in the
Desirability of Happiness
Sharon Koh, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Christie N. Scollon, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Norman P. Li, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Eunkook M. Suh, Yonsei University, South Korea
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23803 16:10Heart-Centered, Gratitude-Meditation Intervention: Gender
Influence on Life Satisfaction and School Engagement Among a
Cohort of North American, Multicultural Adolescents
Lunthita Duthely, University of Phoenix, USA
Harashita Sunaoshi, Waseda University, Japan
Andrew Wawrzyniak, University of Miami, USA
23827
16:20-
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Socioeconomic Status, Chronic Stress, and Brain-Body
Functions Related to Health
Hideki Ohira, Nagoya University, Japan
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Positive Body Image in Adolescence: Comparative Study Across
Five European Countries
Jérémy Lemoine, University of York, Canada
Christine Roland-Lévy, University of Reims Champagne, France
Sevdzhihan Eyubova, MBAL-Shumen, Bulgaria
Atika Khalaf, Kristianstad University, Sweden
Hanne Konradsen, Karolinska Institute, Sweden
Sandra Torres, University of Porto, Portugal
28077 16:30Personal Wellbeing Index in the Elderly Who Visit the Day Care
Centers in Macao, Hong Kong and Guangzhou
Ye Qian Hong, Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao
Gu Ken Qin, Macao Polytechnic Institute, Macao
28416 16:40Job Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being: Test of a Moderated
Mediational Model
Serdar Karabati, Bilgi University, Turkey
Nurcan Ensari, Alliant International University, USA
Dary Fiorentino, Alliant International University, USA
28493 16:50Social Support and Expatriate Spouses’ Well-Being: The
Mediating Role of Cross-Cultural Adjustment
Hazel Melanie Ramos, University of Nottingham Malaysia
Campus, Malaysia
Michael Mustafa, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus,
Malaysia
Anisa St. Martin Haddad, University of Nottingham Malaysia
Campus, Malaysia
24157 17:00What Can I Do Within This Group? Value-Fulfillment As
Facilitating Bicultural Identity-Integration
Shani Oppenheim Weller, Achva Academic College, Israel
Jenny Kurman, University of Haifa, Israel
22712 17:10Distinguishing Between Adaptive and Maladaptive Narcissism: A
Comprehensive Examination
Yu L. L. Luo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Mingzheng Wu, Zhejiang University, China
16:00-17:30 Paper Session 3
Room: 1107
INTERGROUP RELATIONS
23216 16:00-16:20
Toward a Sense of Cohesiveness: The Effects of Intergroup
Ideologies on Attachment to Superordinate Category, Ingroup
Projection, And Integration Effort
Erin Yiqing Lu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
23430 16:20-16:40
Can Muslim Identity Increase Support for Reconciliation? The
Case of the Turkish-Kurdish Armed Conflict
Gülseli Baysu, Kadir Has University, Turkey
Canan Coşkan, University of Leuven, Belgium
Yasin Duman, Sabancı University, Turkey
23927 16:40-17:00
The Psychological Consequences of the Thinking About
Increased Racial/Ethnic Diversity in the Future: A CrossNational Investigation
H. Robert Outten, Trinity College, USA
Rui Costa Lopes, The University of Lisbon-Institute of Social
Sciences, Portugal
Michael T. Schmitt, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Jorge Vala, The University of Lisbon-Institute of Social Sciences,
Portugal
23990 17:00-17:20
Nationalism, Multiculturalism, And Attitudes Towards ChineseIndonesians: Study in Less-Multicultural City in Indonesia
Tjipto Susana, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia
16:00-17:30 Paper Session 3
Room: 1108
ORGANIZATION/WORK
21442 16:00-16:20
To Translate or to Develop a New Measure? The Case of a
New Arabic Measure of Organizational Justice
Hesham Gadelrab, Kuwait University, Kuwait
Othman Alkhadher, Kuwait University, Kuwait
21270 16:20-16:40
Model Comparison of the Effect of Pay Satisfaction and
Demographic Factors on Job Satisfaction: Indonesians vs.
Malaysians
Alia Azalea, Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman, Malaysia
Fatimah Omar, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
Khairul Anwar Mastor, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
21450 16:40-17:00
The Good Life Versus the “Goods Life”: An Investigation of
Goal Contents Theory and Employee Subjective Well-Being in
Asia
Matthew J. Monnot, University of San Francisco, USA
24296 17:00-17:20
The Influence of Cognitive Styles, Cultural Orientation and
Moral Propensity on Willingness of Unemployed Youths to Go
Into Self-Employment
Martin Mabunda Baluku, Philipps-University Marbug, Germany
Kathleen Otto, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany
Edward Bantu, Kisii University, Kenya
16:00-17:30 Paper Session 3
Room: 1110
SOCIAL ISSUES
23743 16:00-16:20
Social Neuropsychology of Adult Homelessness: Studies in the
United Kingdom and Japan
Graham Pluck, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
24341 16:20-16:40
Cultural Differences Associated with Cycling Violations in
Europe
36
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
24912 16:40-17:00
Civic Engagement and Participation Among Ghanaian and
Kenyan Students, and Their Correlates
Racheal Wanjohi, Kabarak University, Kenya
David L. Sam, University of Bergen, Norway, University of Ghana,
Ghana
Charity S. Akotia, University of Ghana, Ghana
Elias Kekesi, University of Ghana, Ghana
28735 17:00-17:20
Culture Clashes: The Cultural Foundations of Societal
Cleavages
Birol Akkus, University of Groningen, Saxion University of
Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
Tom Postmes, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Katherine Stroebe, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Room: 1204
29434 RELIGION AND NEGATIVE EMOTIONS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29434
Chair: Jonathan Jong, Coventry University, UK
Co-Chair: Christopher Kavanagh, University of Oxford, UK
Presentation 1
Traumatic life events and religiosity in eight countries
Jonathan Jong, Coventry University, UK
Robert Ross, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Ryan McKay, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
Jamin Halberstadt, University of Otago, New Zealand
Presentation 2
Dysphoric Rituals & Pro-sociality: Examining the impact of
collective dysphoric arousal on in-group preference and
cooperation, using a novel artificial ritual paradigm
Christopher Kavanagh, University of Oxford, UK
Shuhei Tsuchida, Hokkaido University, Japan
Jonathan Jong, Coventry University, UK
Harvey Whitehouse, University of Oxford, UK
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1201
25814 CULTURAL IDENTITY STYLES: THEORY,
MEASUREMENT AND APPLICATION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25814
Chair: Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Co-Chair: Agnes Szabo, Victoria University of Wellington and
Massey University, New Zealand
Presentation 3
Death anxiety and religious belief: a five-nation study
Jamin Halberstadt, University of Otago, New Zealand
Jonathan Jong, Coventry University, UK
16:00-17:30 Symposium Session 3
Presentation 1
Cultural Identity Styles: The Construct, Measurement and
Nomological Network
Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Caroline Ng Tseung-Wong, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Agnes Szabo, ictoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Uma Bhowon, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Room: 1208
25812 MIRIPS (MUTUAL INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS IN
PLURAL SOCIETIES): #2
Presentation 2
Priming hybrid and alternating identity styles: Effects on identity
and personal well-being
Caroline Ng Tseung-Wong, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Agnes Szabo, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation 3
Toward a better understanding of the identity negotiation
process: The impact of perceived discrimination
Tamara Qumseya, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Agnes Szabo, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation 4
A closer look at the relationship between perceived
discrimination and cultural identity styles: The moderating role
of intercultural effectiveness
Agnes Szabo, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25812
Chair: Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and
Business, Japan
Presentation 1
Mutual Intercultural Relations among Italian Adolescents:
Testing MIRIPS Hypotheses in Italy
Cristiano Inguglia, Department of Psychological, Educational and
Training Sciences, Palermo University, Italy
Pasquale Musso, Department of Psychological, Educational and
Training Sciences, Palermo University, Italy
Alida Lo Coco, Department of Psychological, Educational and
Training Sciences, Palermo University, Italy
John Berry, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada and Higher
School of Economics, National Research University, Moscow,
Russia
Presentation 2
Team Australia?: Understanding acculturation from multiple
perspectives
Justine Dandy, Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
T. Ziaian, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
John W. Berry, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada & National
Research University, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Nadine Chaurand, IFSTTAR, France
Julien Cestac, IFSTTAR, France
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Presentation 3
Integration benefits everyone! The link between integration and
well-being in majority members and minority members
Katja Hanke, GESIS-Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences,
Germany
Marieke C. van Egmond, Universtity of Hagen, Germany
Slieman Halabi, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1101
29427 CULTURAL-CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY: NEW
RESEARCH ON EMOTIONAL DISTRESS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29427
Chair: Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
Discussant: Laurence J. Kirmayer, McGill University, Canada
Presentation 1
A cultural examination of beliefs about depression among urban
and rural Chinese outpatients
Jessica Dere, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Dan Tao, Concordia University, Canada
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
Presentation 2
Examining sources of culture-mismatch: The role of dispositions
and marginalizing situations
Vinai Norasakkunkit, Gonzaga University, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Huai-Ching Liu, Kyoto University, Japan
Charles Lassiter, Gonzaga University, USA
Presentation 3
Rumination in China: Different structure, different
consequences for depression
Xiongzhao Zhu, Central South University, China
Jiahong Sun, Concordia University, Canada
Shuqiao Yao, Central South University, China
Qiuping Tang, Central South University, China
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
Presentation 4
Sadness and weakness in the knees: Examining cultural models
of experiencing and reporting emotional distress
Yulia E. Chentsova-Dutton, Georgetown University, USA
Alexandra Gold, Massachusetts General Hospital, USA
Alyssa C. Gomes, Georgetown University, USA
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1102
29417 NEW FINDINGS IN RELATIONAL MOBILITY
RESEARCH: MAKING SENSE OF CROSS-CULTURAL
VARIATION IN INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS FROM A
SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29417
Chair: Joanna Schug, College of William & Mary, USA
Presentation 1
Relational mobility and the formation of new relationships:
Psychological tendencies and relational outcomes
Joanna Schug, College of William & Mary, USA
David B. Newman, University of Southern California, USA
Thomas McCauley, College of William & Mary, USA
Amrita Lamba, College of William & Mary, USA
Megan Buys, College of William & Mary, USA
Presentation 2
Social support provision prevents friendship dissolution in high
relational mobility societies
Mie Kito, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Junko Yamada, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
Presentation 3
Passion as adaptive commitment device in highly mobile
societies: A socio-ecological analysis of why Americans are
passionate lovers
Junko Yamada, Hokkaido University, Japan
Mie Kito, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
Presentation 4
Relational mobility and interpersonal relationships: A 39 nation
cross-societal study
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
Robert Thomson, Hokkaido University, Japan
Mie Kito, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
Joanna Schug, College of William & Mary, USA
Christopher Kavanagh, University of Oxford, UK
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1104
29416 CONTINUITY AND CHANGES IN EMOTION
SOCIALIZATION WITH GLOBALIZATION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29416
Chair: Mayumi Karasawa, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University,
Japan
Discussant: Igor Grossman, University of Waterloo, Canada
Presentation 1
Culture, Psychological Control, and impacts on Preschool-aged
children
Ka Ip, University of Michigan, USA
Twila Tardif, University of Michigan, USA
Stacey N. Doan, Claremont College, USA
Midori Kazama, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan
Hidemi Hirabayashi, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan
Li Wang, Peking University, China
Presentation 2
Mentoring, morality and minding the generation gap: Reflections
on adulthood in globalized India
Rachana Bhangaokar, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of
Baroda, India
Presentation 3
Adult development in Japan vs US
Mayumi Karasawa, Chiemi Kan, Haruko Hayashi, Tokyo Woman’s
Christian University, Japan
Norito Kawakami, University of Tokyo, Japan
Carol Ryff, University of Wisconsin at Madison, USA
38
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Room: 1105
ATTITUDE
28795 17:50-18:10
Raising Multicultural Children in Japan
Makiko Kuramoto, Aoyamagakuin University, Japan
Tomoko Yoshida, Keio University, Japan
Teresa Koide, Tsuda College, Japan
Erina Ogawa, Toyo University, Japan
Presentation 4
Home bittersweet home? A longitudinal analysis of reverse
culture shock
Nicolas Geeraert, University of Essex, UK
Kali Demes, University of Essex, UK
22794 18:10-18:30
Relation Between Basic Values and Attitude Toward
Corruption: Cross-Cultural Analysis
Alexander Tatarko, National Research University, Russia
Anna Mironova, National Research University, Russia
17:50-19:20 Paper Session 4
Room: 1107
VALUES/NORMS
24362 18:30-18:50
Shaping Childrens’ Prosocial Behaviours in Greece and the UK
As Correlated to Socio-Cultural Factors
Aikaterini Gari, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
Greece
Dimitra Dritsa, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens,
Greece
28369 18:50-19:10
Acceptance of Multiculturalism Among Korean Adolescents:
Evaluating the Mediating Role of Sense of Community
Lihyo Sung, Women Migrants Human Rights Centre (WMHRC)
of Daegu, South Korea
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1106
29422 MUCH TALKED ABOUT BUT RARELY
CONDUCTED: INTERNAL AND RE-ENTRY
ACCULTURATION
22345 17:50-18:10
The Structure of Values Among it Company Employees in
Jakarta Region Based on the Schwartz Values Model
Istiani, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia
Lili Faliha Silalahi, Pricewaterhouse Cooper, Indonesia
24168 18:10-18:30
Are the New Cultural Value Frameworks Really Different from
Hofstede’s Framework?
Mladen Adamovic, University of Melbourne, Australia
24747 18:30-18:50
Testing the Structure of Human Values Using Similarity
Judgments
Gabriel Lins de Holanda Coelho, Cardiff University, UK
Paul H. P. Hanel, Cardiff University, UK
Gregory R. Maio, Cardiff University, UK
Mark Johansen, Cardiff University, UK
25633 18:50-19:20
Projecting Others Personal Values: Structure and Self-Similarity
Sheng Ye, University of Western Australia, Australia
Julie Anne Lee, University of Western Australia, Austra lia
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29422
Chair: Nicolas Geeraert, University of Essex, UK
Co-Chair: Alexander English, Zhejiang University, China
17:50-19:20 Paper Session 4
Presentation 1
Beyond the rice theory: Examining the internal migration
adaptation process
Alexander English, Zhejiang University, China
Zeng Zhijia, Zhejiang University, China
Ma Jianhong, Zhejiang University, China
Room: 1108
ORGANIZATION/WORK
23351 17:50-18:10
Diversity Climate Enhances Outcomes in Culturally Diverse
Workgroups through Trust and Openness in Workgroup
Communication
Joep Hofhuis, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Pernill G.A. Van der Rijt, University of Amsterdam, the
Netherlands
Martijn Vlug, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Presentation 2
Internal migration in Brazil: the role of acculturation variables.
Jesselyn Nayara Tashima, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Raquel Carvalho Hoersting, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Presentation 3
Development of a decentered, multilingual Repatriation
Adjustment Scale
Yumiko Mochinushi, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Raad Alzaidalsharief, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
Brigitte Armon, Cox Communications, USA
Petra Brnova, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
24252 18:10-18:30
Would Daily Emotional Event Affect Employee Perceived
Customer Justice and Employee’s Emotional Labor: The
Moderator Effect of Supervisor Justice
Chia-Hua Lin, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Kai-Lun Huang, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
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SUNDAY, JULY 31
Stephanie Champion, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Xiaowen Chen, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Hairong Jiang, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Oreoluwa Osikoya, Key Talent Solutions, USA
Ambar Rodriguez, Copa Airlines, Panama
Leah Wolfeld, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
William Gabrenya, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
17:50-19:20 Paper Session 4
SUNDAY, JULY 31
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Ding-Yu Jiang, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Chun-Ru Lai, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
26191 18:30-18:50
Time for Going Green: A Temporal Perspective on Consumers’
Willingness to Buy Green Products
Wei-Cheng Chang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28696 18:50-19:10
Can Upward Influence Strategy Enable Supervisors to Delegate?
The Mediating Effect of Trust and Moderating Effect of PowerDistance Orientation
Chung-Ting Cheng, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Chien-Chih Kuo, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Presentation 1
Respect-related Behaviors in Western and Eastern Countries A Literature Review
Schazia Delhvi, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management,
Germany
Presentation 2
How Do Chinese Leaders Earn or Lose Respect?
Warren Chi-Kwan Chiu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Presentation 3
Disrespect and Negative Reciprocity in Leader-Member
Relationships
Miriam Muethel, WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management,
Germany
17:50-19:20 Paper Session 4
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1110
Room: 1204
RELIGION
29432 COMPETENCES VS. PREFERENCES: COMPETING
MODELS IN ACCULTURATION RESEARCH
23280 17:50-18:10
Which One Has a Stronger Effect on Choosing Halal Food:
Personality, Knowledge & Religiosity?
Khairul Anwar Mastor, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
Wan Nadzirah Wan Mohamad, Department of Islamic
Development, Malaysia
Zakaria Stapa, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
Mohd Safar Hassim, Universiti Kebangsaan, Malaysia
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29432
Chair: Daniela Hekiert, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Warsaw Campus, Poland
Co-Chair: Pawel Boski, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poznan Campus, Poland
Discussant: Valery Chirkov, University of Saskachewan, Saskatoon,
Saskachewan, Canada
22342 18:10-18:30
Religion, Religion Everywhere: The Role of Religiosity in
Predicting Filipinos’ And Filipino-Americans’ Attitudes Towards
Social Issues
Noelle Malvar, City University of New York, USA
Kevin Nadal, City University of New York, USA
Danielle Ochoa, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
Presentation 1
Between Poland and France: Bicultural identity through language
proficiency and value-orientations
Mohamed Lahlou, Universite de Lyon2 - Institut de Psychologi,
France
Lukasz Kmiotek, SWPS University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
24202 18:30-18:50
Cultural Mapping of Religion and Criminal Variations in the
United States of America
Hao Chen, Nankai University, China
Xiaofang Zheng, Purdue University, China
Luluo Peng, Hunan University, China
Presentation 2
Concurrence or distinction between cultural display rules and
subjective experience of positive emotions between North
America and Poland. Cross-cultural research on smiling and
personal well-being
Daniela Hekiert, SWPS University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
Saba Safdar, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, University of
Guelph, Canada
24477 18:50-19:10
Perceptions of Buddhism and Buddhist Monasticism in
Northern Thailand: A Dyadic, Multi-Sited Study
Sarah Tsutsui, California State University, USA
Seema Prakash, California State University, USA
Jessica McKenzie, California State University, USA
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1201
25786 RESPECT IN LEADER-FOLLOWER RELATIONSHIPS:
A SINO-GERMAN, CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25786
Chair: Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Presentation 3
Poles and Germans in trans-border neighborhood and in
immigrant acculturation
D. Brokmeier, EJF gemmeinnutzige AG, Germany
V. Grzegrzolka. Bosch Communication Center, Germany
Ewa Rutkowska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poznan Campus, Poland
Presentation 4
Cultural Distance and immigrants’ Psycho-cultural adaptation.
Ukrainians and Vietnamese in Poland
Maria Wiktoria GĆ³recka, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
Joanna Kwiatowska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
17:50-19:20 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1208
25805 CHILDREN’S SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT ACROSS
CULTURES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25805
Chair: Patricia Kanngiesser, Free University Berlin, Germany
Co-Chair: Marie Schaefer, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Presentation 1
The ontogenetic origins of cultural cognition: perceptual
processes and observational learning in different cultures
Shoji Itakura, Kyoto University, Japan
Moritz Koster, University of Munster, Germany
Joscha Kartner, University of Munster, Germany
Presentation 2
Early cultural differences in children’s sharing interactions
among peers
Marie Schaefer, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Collaborators:
Lorena Pool Balam, Mexico City, Mexico
Emma Cohen, University of Oxford, UK
Emma Collier-Baker, University of Queensland, Australia
Henry Dixson, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Daniel Haun, Leipzig University, Germany
Patricia Kanngiesser, Free University Berlin, Germany
Shiwori Kondo, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
Tomoko Matsui, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
Dorothy Salomo, Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany
Michael Tomasello, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Presentation 3
The ontogeny of respect for personal property across smallscale cultures
Patricia Kanngiesser, Free University Berlin, Germany
Federico Rossano, University of California San Diego, USA
Henriette Zeidler, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Michael Tomasello, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
19:30-20:00 Cultural Performance
Room: Great Hall 2F
TAIKO (JAPANESE DRUMS) & DANCE
Presented by Nagoya University Folk Dance & Music Club
Nagoya University is proud to have the Folk Dance and Music Club 「民族舞踊団音舞」amongst
their student organizations. The group will perform a traditional Japanese taiko drum and dance
performance during a special Evening Cultural Performance on Sunday, July 31 at WINC Aichi.
The club currently consists of 62 members, and has been demonstrating traditional folk dance
and music to our community for 43 years. In consistency with the conference theme, "Honoring
tradition and creating the future," we are 41
blessed to have this amazing group of youngsters
honoring our tradition, whilst promising us a bright future!
SUNDAY, JULY 31
Pawel‚ Boski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland
CULTURAL PERFORMANCE
TAIKO (JAPANESE DRUMS)
NAGOYA UNIVERSITY FOLK DANCE & MUSIC CLUB
SUNDAY, JULY 31 19:30-20:00
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MONDAY
AUGUST 1
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Monday at a Glance
GREAT HALL SMALL HALL A SMALL HALL B
1101
1102
1103
1104
9:00
Triandis
25807
Doctoral Thesis Memory Matters
9:30 Award Winner's
Lecture
9:45
Hofer
(Symposium)
He
10:00
25816
Cooperation
25787
25766
25779
Cultural Neuro Digital influence Cultural Mixing
25769
Youth
Development
Jing
(Symposium)
Rule
(Symposium)
Liu
(Symposium)
Cheon
(Symposium)
Ferguson
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25815
Emotional
Socialization
29425
Intergroup
Conflict
Yang
(Symposium)
Onuki
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25823
Identity
29435
Work and
Gender
25777
Threat Health
25826
Culture and
Close
Relationships
25767
Meanings of
Awe
25817
Method
9:15
10:15
10:30
Break
10:50
11:00
Keynote
11:15
Richerson
11:30
11:40
Break
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
Break
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
29436
Smile
Perceptions
Krys
(Symposium)
13:15
13:30
13:50
14:00
Break
25797
14:15
Attachment
14:30
Keller
14:45
(Symposium)
Sugimura
(Symposium)
Break
Break
15:00
Lau
(Symposium)
Sherman
(Symposium)
Lam
(Symposium)
Nakayama
(Symposium)
Davidov
(Symposium)
15:15
15:20
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
29443
Kwok Leung
Memorial
25833
Evolution
25778
Social
Hierarchies
25830
Network
25784
School
Engagement
Bond
(Symposium)
Takezawa
(Symposium)
Gobel
(Symposium)
Igarashi
(Symposium)
Vedder
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
15:40
16:00
16:15
16:30
16:45
17:00
17:10
Break
17:30
17:45
18:00
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00
General
Assembly
Meeting
Break
Break
Monday at a Glance
1105
Rapid Papers
1106
1107
Acculturation/Mi
gration
Rapid Papers
(Paper)
1108
1109
1110
Acculturation/Mi
gration &
Health
Self/Identity
Organization/W
ork
(Paper)
(Paper)
Shaw
(Symposium)
(Paper)
(Paper)
1202
29437
IMPACT
1204
Mental &
Physical Health
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Rapid Papers
Break
Rapid Papers
Break
Interpersonal
Relationships
Acculturation/Mi Acculturation/Mi
gration &
gration
Rapid Papers
Health
(Paper)
(Paper)
Break
Break
25781
Self and
Identity
Acculturation/Mi
gration
Hwang
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Acculturation/Mi
gration
Rapid Papers
(Paper)
Break
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Well-being
(Paper)
Break
25772
Measurement
Mental &
of
Physical Health Self-Construal
(Paper)
Smith
(Symposium)
25809
Values and
Behavior #1
Sagiv
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
25770
African Identity
25810
Values and
Behavior #2
Religion
Development
Well-being
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Adams
(Symposium)
Roccas
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25771
Roma
Well-being
25775
Linguistic
Emotion
(Paper)
Break
Cooperation,
Organization/W
Competition,
&
ork
Ideology
(Paper)
(Paper)
Dimitrova
(Symposium)
Wydell
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
09:00-09:45 Special Session 1
Room: Great Hall 2F
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
HARRY AND POLA TRIANDIS DOCTORAL THESIS
AWARD WINNER’S LECTURE
The General Response Style from a Cross-Cultural Perspective
Jia He, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Room: Small Hall 1B
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
Room: Small Hall 1A
25807 MEMORY MATTERS: UNIVERSAL AND CULTUREBOUND ASPECTS OF REMINISCENCE FUNCTIONS IN
DIVERSE CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25807
Chair: Jan Hofer, Trier University, Germany
Co-Chair: Michael Bender, Tilburg University, The Netherlands &
Gratia Christian College, Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Reminiscence and mental health: The mediating role of need
satisfaction in old age
Holger Busch, Trier University, Germany
Jan Hofer, Trier University, Germany
Presentation 2
Redeemed and contaminated memories in life stories of
participants from four cultural samples
Iva Polackova Solcova, The Academy of Sciences of the Czech
Republic, Czech Republic
Presentation 3
Autobiographical recall as a tool for identity affirmation:
Inoculating against or coping with threats to national identity?
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands & Gratia
Christian College, Hong Kong
Lucy Tavitian, Tilburg University, the Netherlands & Haigazian
University, Lebanon
Fons J. R. Van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands &
North-West University, South Africa & University of Queensland,
Australia
Athanasios Chasiotis, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Charles Harb, American University Beirut, Lebanon
Presentation 4
Our memories are on our side: Autobiographical recall as
identity affirmation mechanisms in national and acculturating
ethnic groups
Lucy Tavitian, Tilburg University, the Netherlands & Haigazian
University, Lebanon
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands & Gratia
Christian College, Hong Kong
Fons J. R. Van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands &
North-West University, South Africa & University of Queensland,
Australia
Athanasios Chasiotis, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Charles Harb, American University Beirut, Lebanon
25816 ADDRESSING SOCIAL ISSUES THROUGH THE LENS
OF CROSS-CULTURAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25816
Chair: Yiming Jing, University of Oklahoma, USA
Presentation 1
A US-China-Japan Pre-Emptive Strike Game (PSG): How
Historical, Political, and Economic Tensions Shape Inter-Group
Trust and Fear-Driven Aggression
Yiming Jing, University of Oklahoma, USA
Peter H. Gries, University of Oklahoma, USA
Yang Li, Tamagawa University, Japan
Adam W. Stivers and D. Michael Kuhlman, University of
Delaware, USA
Nobuhiro Mifune, Kochi University of Technology, Japan
Liying Bai, Fuzhou University, China
Presentation 2
How Citizens’ Perceived Democracy Contributes to Their
Trust of Political Institutions: The Moderating Role of
Emancipative Values
Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Yiming Jing, University of Oklahoma, USA
Christian Welzel, Leuphana University, Germany
Presentation 3
Emancipating Sexuality: Breakthroughs into a Bulwark of
Tradition
Christian Welzel, Leuphana University, Germany
Amy C. Alexander, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Ronald Inglehart, University of Michigan, USA
Presentation 4
Trust and Signaling between Japan and China
Yang Li, Tamagawa University, Japan
Toshio Yamagishi, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1101
25787 CULTURAL NEUROSCIENCE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25787
Chair: Nick Rule, University of Toronto, Canada
Discussant: Shihui Han, Peking University
Presentation 1
Culture shapes visual decoding in the human brain
Roberto Caldara, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Presentation 2
Cross-cultural reading the mind in the eyes
Reginald B. Adams, Jr., The Pennsylvania State University, USA
Presentation 3
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Cultural differences in making inferences about others’ internal
dispositions: Neural and behavioral evidence
Jinkyung Na, Sogang University, South Korea
Presentation 4
Preferences for Power, Status, and Leadership Vary by Culture:
Insights from Brain and Behavior
Nick Rule, University of Toronto, Canada
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1102
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25766
Chair: James H. Liu, Massey University, New Zealand
Co-Chair: Moh. Abdul Hakim, Massey University, New Zealand/
Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Presentation 1
Cultivation Effects of Internet: What People Do on Internet and
How They connect to the Internet Cultivates Materialism
Tian Xie, Wuhan University, China
Laina Isler, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
James H. Liu, Massey University, New Zealand
Valdiney Gouveia, Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil
Moh Abdul Hakim, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Indonesia
Sylvia Mari, University of Milan, Italy
Presentation 2
The moderation effect of Gender and Gender Inequality in the
link between Sexism and Social Media Usage
Roosevelt Vilar, Massey University, New Zealand
James H. Liu, Massey University, New Zealand
Russell Luyt, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
Elena Zubieta, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Sylvia Mari, University of Milan, Italy
Katja Hanke, GESIS-Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences,
Germany
Presentation 3
Political Participation and Civic Engagement- Online Vs. Offline
Involvement: Six Countries Investigation
Saurabh Maheshwari, Sikkim University, India
Presentation 4
Group domination as a political discourse and motivation:
Explaining the Indonesian student political activism in online and
offline spheres
Moh Abdul Hakim, Massey University, NZ/ Universitas Sebelas
Maret, Indonesia
James H. Liu, Massey University, New Zealand
Sammyh K. Khan, Keele University, UK
Co-Chair: Ying-Yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Presentation 1
Cultural contamination: Cultural mixing elicits disgust
evaluations
Bobby K. Cheon, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore /
Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (A*STAR), Singapore
George I. Christopoulos, Culture Science Institute, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore
Ying-Yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 2
Need for Closure effects on affective and cognitive responses
to culture mixing
Arne Roets, Ghent University, Belgium
Jonas De keersmaecker, Ghent University, Belgium
Presentation 3
Integrative Response to Culture Mixing in Brand Name
Translations: The Roles of Product Self-Expressiveness and SelfRelevance of Values among Chinese Consumers
Hean Tat Keh, Monash University, Australia
Carlos J. Torelli, University of Minnesota, USA
Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Jia Hao, Guang Dong University of Foreign Studies, China
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1104
25769 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN CONTEXTS OF
GLOBALIZATION AND SOCIOCULTURAL CHANGE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25769
Chair: Gail M. Ferguson, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, USA
Co-Chair: Jessica McKenzie, California State University, Fresno,
USA
Discussant: Robert Thomson
Presentation 1
Globalization, Communication Technologies, and the Transition
to Adulthood in an Indigenous Maya Community in Southern
Mexico
Adriana Manago, Western Washington University, USA
Presentation 2
‘I Don’t Think Things Can Be Like They Are Forever’: Dyadic
Perceptions of Cultural Values and Change in Urban and Rural
Thai Communities
Jessica McKenzie, California State University, Fresno, USA
Presentation 3
Remote Acculturation to U.S. Culture Predicts Physical Activity
Habits in Jamaica: Good News for Adolescents, Bad News for
Mothers
Gail M. Ferguson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Hui Chu, Purdue University North Central, USA
Henna Muzaffar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Maria I. Iturbide, Humboldt State University & University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, USA
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1103
25779 WHEN CULTURES COLLIDE: PSYCHOLOGICAL
RESPONSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF CULTURAL
MIXING
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25779
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MONDAY, AUGUST 1
25766 DIGITAL INFLUENCE AROUND THE WORLD IN
THE INTERNET AGE
Chair: Bobby Cheon, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Julie Meeks Gardner, University of The West Indies, Open
Campus, Jamaica
09:00-10:30 Rapid Paper Session 1
Room: 1105
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
SESSION TOPIC: INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
28919 09:00The Role of Contingent Self-Esteem on Well-Being From
the Perspective of Relational Interdependent Self-Construal:
Context Matters
Ruirui Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Winnie W. S. Mak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
28555 10:00How Do Narcissists Perceive Their Social Relationships?
Jin Kato, Nagoya University, Japan
Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
28652 10:10Differences in Sociometric Status Shape Interpersonal Attitudes
and Nonverbal Behavior: Insights from Cultural Psychology
Atsuki Ito, Kyoto University, Japan
Matthias Gobel, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
09:00-10:30 Rapid Paper Session 1
Room: 1106
23540 09:10Chinese “Differential Mode of Association” and RelationshipServing Attributional Bias
Shijie Xu, East China Normal University, China
Weijun Ma, East China Normal University, China
Zhiwei Deng, East China Normal University, China
Rui Feng, Sun Yat-sen University, China
SESSION TOPIC: MOTIVATION/ATTITUDE
24042 09:20Anxiety-Attachment and Avoidance-Attachment Orientations
as Predictors of Empathy
Apryl Mae Caga Parcon, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
28604 09:10Cultural Differences in Presence and Search for Meaning and
Pleasure
Emily Kyunghwa Hong, Queen’s University, Canada
Li-Jun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
24486 09:30Cross-Cultural Differences in the Understanding of Forgiveness
in an Asian and North American Sample
Sharon M. Flicker, Antioch College, USA
Loan T. T. Bui, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh
28840 09:20An Overview of Motivation in Students with Difficulties in
Speaking Bahasa: A Case Study of Rural Students in Sigedong
Annisa Ainina Novara, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Khairunisa Damayanti, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
28441 09:40Mexican’s Coping Styles and Empathy
Sofía Rivera-Aragón, National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Mexico
Pedro Wolfgang Velasco-Matus, National Autonomous University
of Mexico, Mexico
Rolando Díaz-Loving, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Fernando Méndez Rangel, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Mirna Garcia-Mendez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Nancy Montero-Santamaria, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
28859 09:30Does Marginalization Lead to Higher Risk of Cultural Deviance
in Japan?
I-Ting Huai-Ching Liu, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Vinai Norasakkunkit, Gonzaga University, USA
28446 09:50Depression and Love Styles in Marital Relationships
Mirna Garcia-Mendez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Sofia Rivera Aragon, National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Mexico
Isabel Reyes Lagunes, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Rolando Diaz-Loving, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Luz María Cruz Martinez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
22944 09:00Effects of Ego-Depletion, Social Distance and Culture on
Temporal Discounting
Felix Speckmann, University of Cologne, Germany
Janina Steinmetz, University of Chicago, USA
25117
09:40Application of Token Economy to Improve Obedience Behavior
in the Student of Kindergarten “Anak Ceria”
Musrifatul Jannah, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Ayu Fitria A, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Hanny Gustiyanti, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Nisva Lailatun N, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Putra Radityawan, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
Windhi Ma’rifatiyani P, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia
28862 09:50Examining Affect and Assertiveness of Indonesian-Chinese,
Javanese, and Batak Ethnic in Their Response Towards “Rubber
Time”
Adilla Afiani, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Annisa Maulidya Chasanah, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Dhia Rahmi Putri, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Dariatus Sa’diah, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
23202 10:00The Effect of Personal Space on Situational Communication
Apprehension While Controlling for Public Self-Consciousness
Woon Li Heong, HELP University, Malaysia
2561010:10Social Media Use and Social Integration: A Cross-Cultural
Comparison of Young Turks and Koreans in Germany
Alexandra Mittelstädt, Bremen International School of Social
Sciences, Germany
28244 09:40-10:00
The Loneliness of the Traveler: The Relationship between
Acculturation and Loneliness
Juan Serrano-Sánchez, FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany
Maike Luhmann, University of Cologne, Germany
24190 10:00-10:20
Cultural Variables in Social Anxiety: Trait Versus Daily Social
Anxiety
Hannah Lee, Indiana University Northwest, USA
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1109
Room: 1107
SELF/IDENTITY
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
23939 09:00-9:20 (Cancelled)
“Depending on Where I Am” - Hair and Identity Performance
in British and German Women of Colour
Johanna Melissa Lukate, University of Cambridge, UK
Juliet Foster, University of Cambridge, UK
22729 09:00-9:20
The Significance of Embodying the Healthy, Elderly, New
Zealand Citizen for Filipina Migrants
Michelle G. Ong, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
23549 09:20-9:40
Culture and Identity for Children Aged 5 To 12 With Refugee
Backgrounds in Intensive English Language Classes in Australia
Clemence Due, The University of Adelaide, Australia
Damien W. Riggs, Flinders University, Australia
Martha Augoustinos, The University of Adelaide, Australia
23573 09:40-10:00
Acculturation and Attachment in Immigrant Children. Is
Attachment Security a Buffer Against the Adversities of the
Immigration Experience?
Yasaman Soltani, Goethe University, Germany
Rolf van Dick, Goethe University, Germany
Stephan Bongard, Goethe University, Germany
27532 09:20-9:40
Sex Life and Role Identity in Taiwanese Women During
Menopause
Cheng-Fang Yang, Cardinal Tien Junior College of Healthcare &
Management, Taiwan
Nancy J. Kenney, University of Washington, USA
Ting-Chen Chang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Shiow-Ru Chang, National Taiwan University (NTU) & NTU
Hospital, Taiwan
29033 09:40-10:00
Ethnic Identity and Ethnic Organizations: The Role of SelfConstrual in the Psychological Wellbeing of Migrants
Laldinpuii H.K. Fente, Mizoram University, India
Susan T. Fiske, Princeton University, USA
24433 10:00-10:20
“Always There to Always Care”? - Family Cultures and
Intergenerational Relationship Regulation in Portuguese
Immigrant and Luxembourgish Families
Isabelle Albert, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Stephanie Barros Coimbra, University of Luxembourg,
Luxembourg
Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
29072 10:00-10:20
Structure of Self-Disturbances in a Hawai’i Population
Mallory J. Klaunig, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
Christi L. Trask, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
Aaron M. Neis, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
Xuefang Chen, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
Aaliyah Paxson, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
David C. Cicero, University of Hawai’i Manoa, USA
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1108
Room: 1110
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION & HEALTH
ORGANIZATION/WORK
24447 09:00-9:20
Acculturation Stress and Adjustment Among Bedouin Arab
Students: The Roles of Social Support on and Off the Net
Sarah Abu-Kaf, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
24474
23937 09:00-9:20
Tapping the Untapped Resources: How Multicultural Team
Members Can Facilitate Intercultural Collaboration and
Teamwork
Julia Backmann, LMU Munich, Germany
09:20-9:40
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MONDAY, AUGUST 1
28351 10:20Losing Confidence Over Time: Temporal Changes in SelfEsteem Among Older Children and Early Adolescents in Japan
Yuji Ogihara, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Takashi Kusumi, Kyoto University, Japan
Hispanic Stress Inventory for Immigrants – 1991 and 2015:
Assessing 25 years of Anti-Immigrant Attitudes and Policies on
Hispanic Immigrants
Amado M. Padilla, Stanford University, USA
Richard C. Cervantes, Behavioral Assessment Inc, USA
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Rouven Kanitz, LMU Munich, Germany
Amy W. Tian, University of Western Australia, Australia
Patrick Hoffmann, LMU Munich, Germany
Martin Hoegl, LMU Munich, Germany
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
24025 09:20-9:40
Developing Work Attachment in Newcomers: Implications for
Adaptation and Creativity
Hai-jiang Wang, Eindhoven University of Technology, the
Netherlands
Chang-qin Lu, Peking University, China
Oi-ling Siu, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
24149 09:40-10:00
Withdrawal Behaviour and Counterproductive Work
Behaviour of Employees: Leadership as the Fulcrum
Collins Badu Agyemang, University of Ghana, Ghana
Albert Puni, University of Professional Studies, Ghana
Emmanuel S. Asamoah, University of Professional Studies, Ghana
26146 10:00-10:20
Temporal Diversity and Group Performance: The Moderating
Role of Temporal Planning and Task Interdependence
Chi-Hsia Ho, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Definition of Mental Illness: The Ghanaian Perspective
Delphine Bruce, University of Ghana, Ghana
24437 9:40-10:00
Prevalence of Post Conflict Trauma Among Displaced and Non
Displaced Nigerian Adolescents
Agatha Ogechi Ogwo, Nasarawa State University, Nigeria
28607 10:00-10:20
Exploring the Universal in the Culturally Specific: PTSD in a
Javanese Village Population
Aliza Jane Hunt, Australian National University, Australia
Richard O’Kearney, Australian National University, Australia
10:50-11:40 Keynote Speech
Room: Great Hall 2F
The Evolution of Cultural Differences
Peter J. Richerson, University of California Davis, USA
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: Great Hall 2F
25797 ATTACHMENT. CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON
RELATIONSHIP FORMATION (MOVED TO 13:50)
Room: 1202
29437 IMPACT: INVESTIGATING MERIT PAY ACROSS
COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29437
Chair: Jason D. Shaw, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Discussant: Michael Harris Bond, The Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, Hong Kong
Presentation 1
IMPACT: What about Brazil?
Claudio V. Torres, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Presentation 2
Investigating Merit Pay across Countries and Territories:
Evidence from India
Atul Mitra, University of Northern Iowa, USA
Presentation 3
Consequence of Merit Pay in Japan: Evidence and Analysis from
IMPACT
Yoshio Yanadori, University of South Australia, Australia
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1204
MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH
21266 9:00-9:20
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Its Emic Relatives:
Perspective of (Cross-) Cultural Psychological Research
Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich, Switzerland
22565
9:20-9:40
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1A
25815 MATERNAL EMOTIONAL SOCIALIZATION AND
CHILD SOCIO-EMOTIONAL OUTCOMES IN DIFFERENT
CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25815
Chair: Yang Yang, Cornell University, USA
Co-Chair: Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA
Discussant: Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrück, Germany
Presentation 1: Mother-child Conversations of Emotional
Memory: The Relation between Maternal Emotion Teaching
and Preschoolers’ Emotion Knowledge in Japan
Naomi Watanabe, George Mason University, USA
Susanne A. Denham, George Mason University, USA
Hideko H. Bassett, George Mason University, USA
Ilham Nasser, George Mason University, USA
Tessei Kobayashi, NTT Communication Science Laboratories,
Japan
Timothy Curby, George Mason University, USA
Presentation 2: References to Behaviors and Mental States in
Mother-child Reminiscing: Relations to Children’s Emotion
Understanding in American and Chinese Culture
Yang Yang, Cornell University, USA
Jessie Bee Kim Koh, University of Alberta, Canada
Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA
Presentation 3: Mother-child talk about internal states
in European-American and Chinese immigrant families:
Implications on children’s socio-emotional well-being
Jessie Bee Kim Koh, University of Alberta, Canada
Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA​​​
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
The Effect of Perceived Equity on Attitudes Toward Immigrants
Eugene Teng, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Chan-Hoong Leong, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Lile Jia, National University of Singapore, Singapore
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1B
29425 COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE PROCESSES IN
RESPONSE TO INTERGROUP CONFLICT
24050 12:10Passivity, Legitimisation, and Opposition Against Organised
Crime: The Role of Masculine Honour
Giovanni A. Travaglino, University of Kent, UK
Dominic Abrams, University of Kent, UK
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29425
Chair: Mayuko Onuki, Japan International Cooperation Agency,
Research Institute, Japan
Discussant: Saori Tsukamoto, Nagoya University, Japan
Presentation 2
Effects of positive meta-stereotype and sense of secureness on
intergroup conflict resolution
Tomohiro Kumagai, Otsuma Women’s University, Japan
Presentation 3
The effects of cooperative and competitive intergroup goal
structures on attitudes toward an ingroup offender versus an
outgorup offender
Mayuko Onuki, Japan International Cooperation Agency Research
Institute, Japan
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1104
29436 SMILE PERCEPTIONS VARY ACROSS CULTURES ‘
THE STUDY OF FORTY-FOUR CULTURES
24337 12:30Outgroup’s Humanization: Collective Participation to Reduce
the Infrahumanization Towards Maghrebian Immigrants
Anna Wlodarczyk, University of the Basque Country, Spain
José Joaquín Pizarro, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Nekane Basabe, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Saioa Telletxea, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Magdalena Bobowik, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Larraitz Zumeta, University of the Basque Country, Spain
27472 12:40The Generalization of Contact-Prejudice Effect in the MultiEthnic Environment
Yang Liu, Xinjiang Normal University, China
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29436
Chair: Kuba Krys, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Presentation 1
Introduction to the study
Kuba Krys, Institute of Psycholgy, Polish Academy of Sciences,
Poland
Presentation 2
Do only fools smile at strangers? Cultural diversity and the
social perception of smiling individuals’ intelligence
Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
Presentation 3
What does corruption do to smiles? Cultural diversity and the
social perception of smiling individuals’ honesty
Alejandra Dominguez-Espinosa, Iberoamerican University, Mexico
27473 12:50The Influence of Intergroup Contact on the Intergroup Trust of
Chinese Uygur and Han College Students
Suxia Wen, Xinjiang Normal University, China
Hongli Liu, Xinjiang Normal University, China
28371 13:00The Australian National Identity Activated Warmer Feelings
Toward Indigenous People
Ying Yang, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Ying-yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 4
Gender matters: ‘ How gender and gender egalitarianism
influence social perception
Claudio Torres, Institute of Psychology, University of Brasilia, Brazil
28724 13:10Solidarity or Status: How Accent and Race Affect Prosocial and
Economic Exchange Behaviors
Fan Xuan Chen, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Ching Wan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Mengru Liu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
12:00-13:30 Rapid Paper Session 2
12:00-13:30 Rapid Paper Session 2
Room: 1105
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: INTERGROUP RELATIONS
SESSION TOPIC: EDUCATION
23906
23002 12:00Developing a Learning Power Scale
12:00-
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Presentation 1
Emotion, Collective Blame, and Intergroup Aggression
Brian Lickel University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA
24321 12:20The Culturally Intelligent Leader: How Experience, Personality,
and Multicultural Identity Affects Leadership of Multinational
Teams
Julia Backmann, LMU Munich, Germany
Tobias Soeldner, German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ
Tokyo), Japan
Martin Hoegl, LMU Munich, Germany
Franz Waldenberger, German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ
Tokyo), Japan
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Yuwen Chang, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan
Lin, Wen-Ying, Fo Guang University, Taiwan
Lin, Hung-Yu, Fo Guang University, Taiwan
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
23046 12:10Parental Influences on International High School Students’
University Choices
Nancy Arthur, University of Calgary, Canada
Danni Lei, University of Calgary, Canada
25707 12:20Culturally-Specific Aspects of ICT Application in Educational
Practices
Julia Taratuhina, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
Irina Bleskina, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
28522 12:30An on-Going Longitudinal Research on Students’ Character
Transformation in a Christian College
Jiawen Ye, Gratia Christian College, Hong Kong SAR, China
Ching Wan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
24312 12:40-13:00
Cultural Conceptualizations of Power and Their Behavioral
Consequences Among Biculturals
Yu-Wei Hsu, The University of Hong Kong, China
Adam D. Galinsky, Columbia University, USA
24434 13:00-13:20
The Predictors of Cultural Adaptation of Brazilian Immigrants
in Japan
Jesselyn Nayara Tashima, University of Brasília, Brazil
Cláudio Vaz Torres, University of Brasília, Brazil
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1108
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION & HEALTH
28939 12:40Cross Cultural Perspectives As a Threshold Concept in
Management Education: The Next Generation’s Cultural
Intelligence?
Nathalie van Meurs, Middlesex University, UK
28561 12:00-12:20
Perceived Cultural Distance, Personal Growth and
Acculturation Orientations Predict the Adjustment of
International Students
Jitka Taušová, Palacký University, the Czech Republic
Michael Bender,Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Fons J. R. Van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
2905112:50- (Cancelled)
Factors That Affect Supervision Outcomes of White and NonWhite Marriage and Family Therapy Post-Masters Supervisees
in the U.S.
Narumi Taniguchi, University of Winnipeg, Canada
Phuong Quach, Optum San Diego, USA
Liang-Ying Chou, Private Practice, USA
29035 12:20-12:40
In Search of a Chinese-Centric, Multiculturally Equivalent
Version of the Multicultural Personality Questionnaire
Wenhua Yan, East China Normal University, China
William Gabrenya, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Yanyu Cai, East China Normal University, China
Jitka Taušová, Palacký University, Czech Republic
29323 13:00Developing Students’ Cross Cultural Competence Through
Academic Education Programmes: Analytical Review of
Empirical Findings
Jacob Eisenberg, University College Dublin, Ireland
29075 12:40-13:00
A Meta-Narrative Review of Acculturation in Chinese
Immigrants
Michael Zhang, University of Sydney, Australia
Paul Rhodes, University of Sydney, Australia
29138 13:10- (Cancelled)
Open and Distance Education as a Panacea for Attrition in
Nomadic Primary Schools in Kaduna State, Nigeria
Hafsat Lawal Kontagora, National Teachers Institute, Nigeria
Rosemary Kato, Kaduna Polytechnic, Nigeria
Yuwanna Mivanyi, Kaduna Polytechnic, Nigeria
28480 13:00-13:20
Socioeconomic Status in Immigrant Psychological Health and
Quality of Life
Darren R. Bernal, University of West Florida, USA
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1109
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1107
WELL-BEING
23872 12:00-12:20
Migration: Avoidance of Language Brokering Responsibility and
Wellbeing
Renu Narchal, Western Sydney University, Australia
22136 12:00-12:20
Factors Contributing to the Life Satisfaction of Refugees in
Australia
Nigar Gohar Khawaja, Queensland University of Technology,
Australia
Aparna Hebbani, University of Queensland, Australia
24266 12:20-12:40
The Effectiveness of Expert Language in Cultural Learning
Pony Y.G. Chew, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Mengru Liu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
28237 12:20-12:40
Mental Recovery from Social Adversities: Positive Psychological
Analysis
Kazuya Horike, Toyo University, Japan
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Hiroko Horike, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan
Vivian L. Vignoles, University of Sussex, UK
28534 12:40-13:00
Psychological Resilience in Japan: Support Networks and Mental
Health One and Two Years After the Great Japan Earthquake
Robin Goodwin, Warwick University, UK
Masahito Takahashi, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Shaojing Sun, Fudan University, China
Menachem Ben-Ezra, Ariel University, Israel
Presentation 2
Mediation effects of explicit self-construal on Chinese-English
differences in cognition, emotion and motivation
Shengyu Yang, University of Sussex, UK
Vivian L. Vignoles, University of Sussex, UK
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1204
25809 VALUES AND BEHAVIOR: TAKING A CROSSCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE, PART I
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1110
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25809
Chair: Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Co-Chair: Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel, Israel
MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH
Presentation 1
The Relations between Values and Aggression: A
Developmental Perspective
Maya Benish-Weisman, University of Haifa, Israel
Ella Daniel, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
Ariel Knafo-Noam, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
23807 12:00-12:20
Cultural Adaptation of E-Mental Health Interventions: A
Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Eva Heim, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Melissa Harper, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Emiliano Albanese, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Presentation 2
How Culture and Environment Shape Value Influences on
Wellbeing
Diana Boer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
29418 12:20-12:40
Ibasho,’ Cultural Identity and Mental Health of Multiethnic
People
Kazuyo Suzuki, Saitama Gakuen University, Japan
Presentation 3
Influence of Cultural-Specific Understanding of Values on
Emotions and Value’ Attitude’ Behavioral Intention Relations
Paul H. P. Hanel, Cardiff University, Wales, European Union
Ana Karla Silva Soares, University of Fortaleza, Brazil
Gregory R. O. Maio, Cardiff University, Wales, European Union
Antony S. R. Manstead, Cardiff University, Wales, European
Union
29418 12:40-13:00
‘The best of both worlds?’: The Influence of Identity in
Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Children and Youths with
Multicultural Background
Barbara Saitner, Euro-Asian Institute for Human Science,
Germany
29418 13:00-13:20
Educational Prospects towards the Formation of Global
Citizenship Identity
Makoto Kobayashi, Tamagawa University, Japan
13:50-15:20 State of the Art Lecture
Room: Great Hall 2F
Taming Parochial Prosociality at the Time of Increasing Global
Interdependence (Cancelled)
Toshio Yamagishi, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1202
25772 NEW APPROACHES TO THE
CONCEPTUALISATION AND MEASUREMENT OF SELFCONSTRUAL
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 2
Room: Great Hall 2F
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25772
Chair: Peter B. Smith, University of Sussex, UK
25797 ATTACHMENT. CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON
RELATIONSHIP FORMATION (MOVED FROM 12:00)
Presentation 1
Deconstructing ‘independence vs. interdependence’: A
multidimensional approach to cultural models of selfhood
Matthew J. Easterbrook, University of Sussex, UK
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25797
Chair: Heidi Keller, Osnabrück University, Germany
Discussant: Deborah Best, Wake Forest University, USA
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28683 13:00-13:20
Collective Happiness: Community Social Capital Reinforces
the Association Between One’s Own Happiness and One’s
Neighbors’ Happiness
Shintaro Fukushima, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Kosuke Takemura, Shiga University, Japan
Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Japan
Presentation 3
Better measures of self-construal can help us to understand and
control cultural variations in acquiescence and extremity
Peter B. Smith, University of Sussex, UK
Vivian L. Vignoles, University of Sussex, UK
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Presentation 1
Multiple Attachments in Rural Madagascar. Children’s
Relationship Formation with Parents, Peers, and Preadolescent
Babysitters in the First Three Years of Life.
Gabriel Scheidecker, Free University Berlin, Germany
Indonesia, Indonesia
Presentation 2
Attachment. Father-infant attachment and paternal investment
in two small-scale societies.
Tanya Broesch, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Chris von Rueden, University of Richmond, USA
29435 WORK, GENDER, AND CULTURE
Presentation 3
How do family drawings relate to children’s emotional
regulation during a stranger’s approach? The case of the
Cameroonian Nso
Ariane Gernhardt, Osnabruck University, Germany
Bettina Lamm, Osnabruck University, Germany
Hiltrud Otto, Martin Buber Society of Fellows, Israel
Heidi Keller, Osnabrück University, Germany
Presentation 1
Gender, Task Conflicts, and Intercultural Collaborations
Roy Y.J. Chua, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Mengzi Jin, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Presentation 4
Relations between parenting and adolescents’ attachment in
diverse cultures.
Katarzyna Lubiewska, Kazimierz Wielki University, Poland
Isabelle Albert, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Boris Mayer, University of Bern, Switzerland
Gisela Trommsdorff, Konstanz University, Germany
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: Small Hall 1B
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29435
Chair: Ivy Yee-man Lau, Singapore Management University,
Singapore
Presentation 2
Gender-Professional Identity Integration (G-PII) and
Negotiation
Chi-Ying Cheng, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Presentation 3
The Briefcase Saves the Day: Career Accomplishment as
Redemption from Single-hood
Ivy Yee-man Lau, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Evelyn Au, Singapore Management University, Singapore
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1101
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: Small Hall 1A
25823 WHO I AM INFORMS HOW I DO: THE
IMPORTANCE OF IDENTITY FOR PSYCHOSOCIAL
ADJUSTMENT ACROSS VERY DISTINCT CULTURAL
CONTEXTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25823
Chair: Kazumi Sugimura, Hiroshima University, Japan
Co-Chair: Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
and University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Discussant: Ylva Svensson, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Presentation 1
‘I don’t even know myself what I am’ - Ethnic identity in
contemporary Sweden
Fanny Gyberg, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Ann Frisen, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Moin Syed, University of Minnesota, USA
Maria WƤngqvist, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Ylva Svensson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Presentation 2
How do Japanese youth draw the trajectories of identity
development during adolescence and emerging adulthood?
Kai Hatano, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
Kazumi Sugimura, Hiroshima University, Japan
Presentation 3
Predictions of identity, cultural distance, and attitude towards
multiculturalism to academic achievement among adolescents in
Jakarta, Indonesia
Angela Oktavia Suryani, Atma Jaya Catholic University of
25777 CULTURE, PSYCHOLOGICAL THREAT, AND
HEALTH
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25777
Chair: David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara,
USA
Presentation 1
Fear of Ebola: The Influence of Collectivism on Xenophobic
Threat Responses
David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Heejung Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
John Updegraff, Kent State University, USA
Presentation 2
Culture and Health Communication: The Role of Cultural
Exposure in Health Message Framing
John Updegraff, Kent State University, USA
Cameron Brick, Hamilton College, USA
Scout N. McCully, Kent State University, USA
Roy E. Mintzer, University of Southern California, USA
Kevin Binning, University of Pittsburgh, USA
David Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Presentation 3
Cultural Influences on Sleep in Japan and Canada
Steven J. Heine, University of British Columbia, Canada
Benjamin Y. Cheung, University of British Columbia, Canada
Kosuke Takemura, Shiga University, Japan
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
self across cultures
Yang Bai, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Laura A. Maruskin, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Dacher Keltner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1102
25826 CULTURE AND CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS:
ROMANTIC, FRIEND AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS
ACROSS CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25826
Chair: Ben Chun Pan Lam, Iowa State University, USA
Co-Chair: Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
Discussant: Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
Presentation 1
Do Chinese and European Americans Perceive and Evaluative
Their Romantic Partners Differently? An Examination of
Dialecticism in Romantic Relationship Contexts
Ben Chun Pan Lam, Iowa State University, USA
Susan E. Cross, Iowa State University, USA
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Victor C. Y. Lau, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Jin-lin Zhang, Hangzhou Normal University, China
Li-jun Zheng, Hangzhou Normal University, China
Presentation 3
An intersection of fear and respect: Intra-cultural variation in
Japanese reports of awe and their implications for American
understandings of awe
Pamela Taylor, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University Kokoro Research Center, Japan
Masataka Nakayama, Kyoto University Kokoro Research Center,
Japan
Dacher Keltner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Presentation 4
Is Awe Seen as a Negative Emotion in Japan?
Sera Muto, Ochanomizu University, Japan
Presentation 2
Implications for Social Support of Cultural Variation in
Communal versus Exchange Norms in Family and Friend
Relationships
Joan G. Miller, New School for Social Research, USA
Hiroko Akiyama, University of Tokyo, Japan
Shagufa Kapadia, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda,
India
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1104
25817 METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND
GENERALIZATIONS OF THE HUMAN VALUES THEORY
ACROSS CULTURES
Presentation 3
Culturally Divergent Consequences of Saying Thanks in Close
Relationships
Ning Zhang, Queen’s University, Canada
Li-Jun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
Baoyu Bai, Wuhan University, China
Ye Li, Central China Normal University, China
Presentation 4
Tip of the Iceberg: Culture and Perceptions of Access to Mental
States
Matthew Wice, The New School for Social Research, USA
Joan Miller, The New School for Social Research, USA
Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University, Japan
Tomoko Matsui, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25817
Chair: Eldad Davidov, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Co-Chair: Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Wolfgang Jagodzinski, University of Cologne, Germany
Presentation 1
Are human values organized on a general motivational
continuum?
Wolfgang Jagodzinski, University of Cologne, Germany
Presentation 2
Using Facet Theory in Cross-Cultural Value Research
Kazufumi Manabe, Aoyama Gakuin University and School of
Global Studies, Japan
Presentation 3
Bayesian approximate measurement invariance of human values
in six rounds of the European Social Survey
Eldad Davidov, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
René Algesheimer, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Peter Schmidt, University of Giessen, Germany
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1103
25767 ARE MEANINGS OF AWE SHARED ACROSS
CULTURES?
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25767
Chair Details: Masataka Nakayama, Kyoto University Kokoro
Research Center, Japan
Presentation 4
The consistency of value-based choices and its application in
young children in Australia and Poland
Julie Lee, University of Western Australia, Australia
Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Presentation 1
Feeling awe and standing small: The effect of awe on the small
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Presentation 2
Cross-Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Experience of
Awe
Jia Wei Zhang, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Pooya Razavi, San Francisco State University, USA
Daniela Hekiert, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Seung Hee Yoo, San Francisco State University, USA
Ryan T. Howell, San Francisco State University, USA
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Anna Doering, University of Westminster, UK
Trish Collins, University of Western Australia, Australia
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1106
13:50-15:20 Rapid Paper Session 3
Room: 1105
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
SESSION TOPIC: CULTURAL NEUROSCIENCE
29015 13:50Monocultural and Non-Egalitarian Societies Also Benefit From
Development of Cultural Intelligence
Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Paulina Pawlicka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Marta Łockiewicz, University of Gdansk, Poland
Małgorzata Lipowska, University of Gdansk, Poland
25703 14:00Neuropsychological Function of ‘Street Children’ In Quito,
Ecuador
Graham Pluck, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
29091 14:10Japanese Mode of Self: An ERP Investigation of Self­-Criticism
and Other-Enhancement
Aya Kamikubo, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan
Mayumi Karasawa, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan
Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA
23458 14:20Culture and the Perception of Social Context: How Social
Orientation Affects Social Neural Patterns Across Relationship
Contexts
Matthew J. Russell, University of Alberta, Canada
Takahiko Masuda, University of Alberta, Canada
Koichi Hioki, Kobe University, Japan
Anthony Singhal, University of Alberta, Canada
22635 14:30- (Updated)
Maintaining Linguistic and Cultural Ties: Russian-Estonian
Families in Contemporary Estonia
Anastassia Zabrodskaja, University of Tartu, Tallinn University,
Estonia
24065 14:40Cultural Intelligence and Creativity in Multicultural Teams
Yuan Liao, IESE Business School, Spain
Dan V. Caprar, University of New South Wales, Australia
David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University, Canada
28226 14:50Perceived Warmth Moderates the Relationship Between
Intergroup Apology and Forgiveness: An Experiment Using a
Fictitious Group
Arya Awale, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Christian S. Chan, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University, Japan
28385 15:00Experiential Learning Whilst Engaging in Group Counselling:
Malaysian Perspective
Ruhani Mat Min, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
25781 SELF AND IDENTITY ACROSS COUNTRIES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25781
Chair: Hyisung C. Hwang, San Francisco State University
Discussant: David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University,
USA
Presentation 1
Motivations underlying modesty among Asian people
Susumu Yamaguchi, Nara University, Japan
Hiroaki Morio, Kansai University, Japan
Fumio Murakami, Nara University, Japan
Huajian Cai, Institute of Psychology, China
Subhan El Hafiz, Hamka University, Indonesia
Xander Krieg, University of Hawaii, USA
Eason Li, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
Wilis Srisayekti, Padjadjaran University, Indonesia
Yiyuan Xu, University of Hawaii, USA
Presentation 2
A Neuro-cultural perspective on self-enhancement
Jenny Kurman, University of Haifa, Israel
Rotem Perlmuter, University of Haifa, Israel
Simone Shamay-Tsoory, University of Haifa, Israel
Presentation 3
Agriculture influences narcissism: Evidence from China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Yu Luo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Li-Jun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
Mingzheng Wu, Zhejiang University, China
Presentation 4
Culture, guilt, and self
Hyisung C. Hwang, San Francisco State University, USA
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University, USA
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1107
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
23909 13:50-14:10
Pursuing Affiliation Goals You Really Want Leads to an
Achieved Multicultural Identity and Enhances Well-Being in
Turkish-Dutch Immigrants
Athanasios Chasiotis, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Jan Hofer, Trier University, Germany
23968 14:10-14:30
The Theory of Work Adjustment applied to Mexican
Immigrants in Australia: Towards a more holistic model of
overseas adjustment
Fabiola Barba Ponce, Macquarie University, Australia
Barbara Griffin, Macquarie University, Australia
24108
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
23943 14:10-14:30
Controlling and Autonomy-Supportive Parenting in the United
States and China: Beyond Children’s Reports
Cecilia Cheung, University of California, USA
Eva Pomerantz, University of Illinois, USA
Meifang Wang, Shandong Normal University, China
Returning Home From a Stay Abroad: The Impact of Young
People’s Readjustment Difficulties on Their Cultural Identity
Formation
Dirk Kranz, University of Trier, Germany
Alexandra Schlack, University of Trier, Germany
24229 14:50-15:10
Foreign Culture Adjustment and Novelty Detection
Yi Xu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
26886 14:30-14:50
Cultural Differences in Young Children’s Attention to Objects:
Proposals for Cultural Transmission
Megumi Kuwabara, California State University Dominguez Hills,
USA
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
RELIGION
23737 13:50-14:10
Strength and Positivity of Religious Identification As Predictors
of the Attitude Toward Economic Involvement Among
Orthodox Christians and Sunni Muslims
Maria Efremova, National Research University, Russia
Zarina Lepshokova, National Research University, Russia
24388 14:10-14:30
Religious Fundamentalism Among U.S. Christians and Indian
Hindus Predicts Beliefs About How Muslims Should Acculturate
Lauren S. Crane, Wittenberg University, USA
Shabana Bano, Banaras Hindu University, India
Kaitlyn M. Bedard, Wittenberg University, USA
Colleen M. Bond, Wittenberg University, USA
Gustavo Fierros, Wittenberg University, USA
David M. Fuss, Wittenberg University, USA
Jessica K. Harting, Wittenberg University, USA
28414 14:30-14:50
Religious Identity and Intergroup Relations Among Russian
Youth From Different Religious Groups (Buddhists, Muslims,
Orthodox Christians)
Khukhlaev Oleg, Moscow State University of Psychology and
Education, Russia
Shorokhova Valeria, Moscow State University of Psychology and
Education, Russia
Glukhova Mariya, Moscow State University of Psychology and
Education, Russia
29076 14:50-15:10
Extreme Rituals Promote More Exclusive Social Identification:
A Quasi-Experimental Study of Japanese Firewalking Rituals
Christopher Kavanagh, University of Oxford, UK
Shuhei Tsuchida, Hokkaido University, Japan
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1109
DEVELOPMENT
22664 13:50-14:10
Cross-Cultural Examination of Parents’ Expectations for Their
Children’s Development of Self
Sawa Senzaki, University of Wisconsin, USA
Yuki Shimizu, Saitama University, Japan
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Coordinated Joint Engagement in Human 1-Year-Olds Sampled
From Different Ecological-Cultural Settings
Kim A. Bard, University of Portsmouth, UK
Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Kirsty Ross, University of Winchester, UK
Lauren Butler, University of Portsmouth, UK
Barry Hewlett, Washington State University at Vancouver, USA
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1110
WELL-BEING
23826 13:50-14:10
Parental Autonomy Support and Adolescent Well-Being: The
Role of Individual Differences
Jorge Monroy, University of California, USA
Danielle Delaney, University of California, USA
Cecilia Cheung, University of California, USA
24403 14:10-14:30
Family Relations, Self Concept and Happiness of Youth in
Taiwan: Evidence from a Panel Survey
Ming-Chang Tsai, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
24712 14:30-14:50
Examining Cultural Intelligence and Psychological Well-Being in
Three Cultures: The Mediating Role of Self-Efficacy
Hilary K. Y. Ng, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Ben, C. P. Lam, Iowa State University, USA
25964 14:50-15:10
School-Related Satisfaction of Children in 15 Countries: Is
School One World or Two Worlds, From the Perspective of
Children?
Ferran Casas, Departament de Psicologia, Universitat de Girona,
Spain
Mònica González, Departament de Psicologia, Universitat de
Girona, Spain
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1202
25770 THE IDENTITY OF AFRICANS IN ITALY, THE
NETHERLANDS, AND SOUTH AFRICA
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
Room: 1108
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25770
Chair: Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands and
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Co-Chair: Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
Discussant: David Sam, Bergen University, Norway
Presentation 1
The Mediating role of Ethnic Attitudes in the Relationship
Between Ethnic Identity and Acculturative Stress among
Tunisian Adolescents.
Cristiano Inguglia, Palermo University, Italy
Pasquale Musso, Palermo University, Italy
Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands and
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Maria Grazia Lo Cricchio, Palermo University, Italy
Alida Lo Coco, Palermo University, Italy
Presentation 2
Identification is Key in Success or Failure of Young MoroccanDutch Adults in the Dutch Society
Youssef Azghari, Tilburg University and Avans University of
Applied Sciences, The Netherlands
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands,
North-West University, South Africa, University of Queensland,
Australia
Erna Hooghiemstra, Avans University of Applied Sciences and
Tilburg University, Tranzo, The Netherlands
Presentation 3
Identity and Well-being at Work across South African groups
Leah Magerman, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, University
of Johannesburg, South Africa
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1204
25810 VALUES AND BEHAVIOR: TAKING A CROSSCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE, PART II
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25810
Chair: Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Co-Chair: Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Discussant: Jan Cieciuch,University of Zurich, Switzerland and
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, Poland
Presentation 1
Values and Behavior: From Methodology to Conceptualization
of Values
Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mayan Navon, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Presentation 2
Values and Behavior in Work Environment: Taking a Multi-Level
Perspective
Orly Tenne-Gazit, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Sharon Arieli, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Presentation 3
How Do Values Affect Behavior? Let Me Count the Ways
Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Sonia Roccas, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Andrey Elster, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
15:40-17:10 Special Event 4
Room: Great Hall 2F
29443 SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM: RECOGNIZING KWOK
LEUNG: STUDENT, COLLEAGUE, ORGANIZATIONAL
CITIZEN, HUSBAND AND FATHER
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29443
Chair: Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Kwok Leung as my student, colleague, department head, and
teacher: 36 years of productive collaboration
Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Presentation 2
Kwok Leung’s contribution to cross-cultural methods
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, University of Tilburg, The Netherlands
Presentation 3
Kwok Leung’s Contributions to the Success of IACCP
Bill Gabrenya, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Presentation 4
Kwok Leung as a father and husband: Life at home
Yumi Inoue, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1101
25833 CULTURAL EVOLUTION: APPLYING THE
DARWINIAN PERSPECTIVE FOR UNDERSTANDING
THE MICRO FOUNDATIONS OF THE MACRO-LEVEL
DYNAMICS OF CULTURAL CHANGE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25833
Chair: Masanori Takezawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
Discussant: Peter Richerson, University of California, Davis, USA
Presentation 1
The structure of cultural evolution
Hisashi Nakao, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Presentation 2
Cultural Evolution in Archaeology
Kohei Tamura, Tohoku University, Japan
Presentation 3
Cultural Evolution in a Laboratory: Understanding the microfoundations of convergent and divergent cultural evolution
Masanori Takezawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1102
25778 WHO IS TAKING THE LEAD? STUDYING SOCIAL
HIERARCHIES FROM A CROSS-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25778
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Presentation 2 Cultural Determinants of Social Hierarchies Carlos J. Torelli, Carlson School of Management, University of
Minnesota, USA Lisa Leslie, Stern School of Business, New York University, USA Christopher To, Stern School of Business, New York University,
USA Jennifer Stoner, Carlson School of Management, University of
Minnesota, USA Presentation 3 Socioeconomic status and the link between beliefs and social
action: The case of climate change
Kimin Eom, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Heejung S. Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA David K. Sherman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Presentation 4 Cultural differences in the relationship between social status
and other-oriented tendency: Comparison between Japanese
and Americans Eunsoo Choi, Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University, Japan &
Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan Kosuke Takemura, Shiga University, Japan Yukiko Uchida, Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University, Japan
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1103
25830 SOCIAL NETWORKS IN DIVERSE SOCIOCULTURAL
CONTEXTS: PARENTING, PSYCHOLOGICAL
ADJUSTMENTS, AND NETWORKING MOTIVATIONs
Giovanni Radhitio Putra Sadewo, La Trobe University, Australia
Emiko S. Kashima, La Trobe University, Australia
Presentation 3
Child-rearing and social networks in Japan: From a viewpoint
of the homogeneity and the heterogeneity of parental social
networks
Takashi Nishimura, Hiroshima International University, Japan
Kaichiro Furutani, Hokkai Gakuen University, Japan
Toshihiko Soma, Hiroshima University, Japan
Takami Naganuma, Soka University, Japan
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1104
25784 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES, DIFFERENT GROUPS,
DIFFERENT EXPLANATIONS FOR SCHOOL
ENGAGEMENT AND HIDDEN DROPOUT; A CROSSCULTURAL CHALLENGE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25784
Chair: Paul Vedder, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Co-Chair: Gabriel Horenczyk, Hebrew University, Jerusalem,
Israel
Presentation 1
Parents’socialization efforts; explaining native Dutch and Turkish
Dutch adolescents’ school engagement
Paul Vedder, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Presentation 2
Hidden Dropout and its relation to ethnicity in Turkey
Ali Baykal, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Gulay Dalgic, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Berna Guloglu, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Presentation 3
Instructional quality and classroom climate as predictors of
school engagement: A Swiss-German cross-cultural explorative
study
Kerstin Gobel, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Elena Makarova, University of Vienna, Austria
Michael Filsecker, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Presentation 4
Distinct Patterns of school engagement among different
ethnocultural groups: Palestinian Arabs and Russian-speaking
immigrants in Israel
Gabriel Horenczyk, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Maya Benish-Weisman, University of Haifa, Israel
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25830
Chair: Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
Room: 1105
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Presentation 1
Cross-cultural investigation of Social Networking Motivation
Scale
Taro Hirashima, Nagoya University, Japan
Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
26165 15:40-16:00
Tindering in the Serengeti: The Globalization of Love in SubSaharan Africa
Elaine Hatfield, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Jeanette Purvis, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Richard Rapson, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Victoria Narine, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Presentation 2
The Contribution of Friendship Network to International
Students’ Psychological Adjustment
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MONDAY, AUGUST 1
Chair: Matthias S. Gobel, Sage Center for the Study of the Mind
& Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of
California, Santa Barbara, USA Co-Chair: Eunsoo Choi, Seoul National University, Center for
Happiness Studies, South Korea
Discussant: Yuri Miyamoto, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
USA
Presentation 1 Achievement versus Inheritance: Cultural variations in the basis
of social status Matthias S. Gobel, Sage Center for the Study of the Mind &
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of
California, Santa Barbara, USA William W. Maddux, Organizational Behavior Area, INSEAD,
France Heejung S. Kim, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
28629 16:00-16:20
Mate Selection in Balinese Young Adult Women: What is Your
Caste?
Ananda Zhafira, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Anindita Keumalahayati Alkarisya, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Ni Putu Putri Puspitaningrum, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
Owena Ardra, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
28738 16:20-16:40
The Effects of Relational Mobility and Filial Piety on Helping in
China and The U.S.
Xian Zhao, University of Kansas, USA
Glenn Adams, University of Kansas, USA
Sara Estrada-Villalta, University of Kansas, USA
Fuming Xu, Central China Normal University, China
29036 16:40-17:00
Henyo Ang Anak Ko, Paano Ito: Parenting Experiences of
Filipino Parents with Children Identified as Gifted
Glenn Caballero, Miriam College, the Philippines
Chinna Pua, Miriam College, the Philippines
Deanne Sajo, Miriam College, the Philippines
15:40-17:10 Rapid Paper Session 4
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: RELIGION/MORALS
28252 15:40The DUV (Diversity-Uncertainty-Valence) Model for
Generalized Trust Development
Jiyin Cao, Stony Brook University, USA
Adam D. Galinsky, Columbia University, USA
23699 15:50Confucian Ethics and East Asian Cultural Psychology
Weijun Ma, East China Normal University, China
Rui Feng, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Shijie Xu, East China Normal University, China
Rui Hu, East China Normal University, China
22183 16:00Sexual Abuse and Sexual Attitudes in Adolescence: The
Moderating Role of Personal Religion
Chang-Ho Ji, La Sierra University, USA
23569 16:10The Philosophy Behind Loving-Kindness Meditation: Its
Compatibility with Confucian and Christian Culture
Xianglong Zeng, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Freedom Leung, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
28970 16:20Ang Hiling Ng Milagrosong Sayaw: A Qualitative Study on the
Experiences of Obando Married Devotees
Khayelee P. Palos, Miriam College, the Philippines
Judith Clarisse E. Rosette, Miriam College, the Philippines
Faith Ruth B. Tan, Miriam College, the Philippines
24210 16:30A Cross-Cultural Study of Moral Foundations Theory: The Role
of Religiousness
Amirreza Talaei, University of Windsor, Canada
Naser Aghababaei, University of Allameh Tabataba’i, Iran
Catherine T. Kwantes, University of Windsor, Canada
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1107
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
24348 15:40-16:00
Socialization of Early Adolescents’ Ethnic and Mainstream
Identity in Family and School
Maja K. Schachner, University of Potsdam, Germany
Jana Vietze, University of Potsdam, Germany
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands,
North-West University, South Africa, University of Queensland,
Australia
Peter Noack, Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Linda Juang, University of Potsdam, Germany
24392 16:00-16:20
Selective Transnational Practices Among Portuguese SecondGeneration in Luxembourg: The Role of the Social Relations
Heidi Rodrigues Martins, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
24480 16:20-16:40
Acculturation and Adaptation in Migrant Youths in Bandung,
Indonesia
Ihsana Sabriani Borualogo, Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
John W. Berry, Queen’s University, Canada
Melita Elvaretta Jamhur, Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
Yusi Prasiwi, Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
Rina Ramdani, Universitas Islam Bandung, Indonesia
24146 16:40-17:00
The Gender Gap in Intercultural Education: Language Ability
and Acculturation of Male International Students
Kathryn Everhart Chaffee, University of Alberta, Canada
Nigel Mantou Lou, University of Alberta, Canada
Kimberly A. Noels, University of Alberta, Canada
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1108
EMOTION
22434 15:40-16:00
Music in a Multicultural Society: Emotion Recognition in
Improvised Music among Different Cultural Groups in Israel
Ehud Bodner, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Sara Cohen-Fridel, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
23985 16:00-16:20
Perception of Voice Quality in Speech: The Role of Tones and
Contents
Mariko Kikutani, Doshisha University, Japan
Machiko Ikemoto, Doshisha University, Japan
28781 16:20-16:40
Is it Always Good to Be Happy? Expression Norms for
Happiness in Russia and the USA
Evgeny Osin, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
Kennon Sheldon, University of Missouri, USA; National Research
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University Higher School of Economics, Russia
Tamara Gordeeva, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
Elena Rasskazova, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
Tatiana Ivanova, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1109
ORGANIZATION/WORK
23863 15:40-16:00
Cultural Differences in the Rationale in Judging Organizational
Responsibility
Yuriko Zemba, Waseda University, Japan
24052 16:00-16:20
The Relationships Between Job Insecurity, Belief in a Just World
and Well-Being
Yan Duan, Peking University, China
Xiao-min Xu, Peking University, China
Fei Li, Peking University, China
Chang-qin Lu, Peking University, China
Jing Wang, Peking University, China
24468 16:20-16:40
The Role of Cultural Differences in Experiencing Job Insecurity?
Masculinity vs. Femininity As Explanation
Kathleen Otto, Philipps University of Marburg, Germany
Kerstin Isaksson, Märladalen University, Sweden
Carina Loeb, Märladalen University, Sweden
Ulla Kinnunen, University of Tampere, Finland
Kaisa Perko, University of Tampere, Finland
Thomas Rigotti, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz,
Germany
29052 16:40-17:00
Cross-Cultural Differences in the Use of Resources at Work
for Personal Ties: The Role of Work-Personal Spheres
Overlapping
Xiao-Xiao Liu, Xiamen University, China
Ying-Yi Hong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
23592 16:20-16:40
Antagonistic Vision of Social Relations and Arms Race: A
66-Nations Study
Joanna Różycka-Tran, Gdansk University, Poland
Jarosław Piotrowski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska, Gdansk University, Poland
Tomasz Baran, Warsaw University, Poland
24407 16:40-17:00
Psychological Antecedents of Political Ideology in Japan
Gen Ito, The University of Tokyo, Japanese Society for the
Promotion of Science, Japan
Yuki Hashimoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Takeharu Nakagawa, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Yohtaro Takano, The University of Tokyo, Japan
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1202
25771 MULTIPLE IDENTITY RESOURCES FOR WELL-BEING
OF ROMA ADOLESCENTS IN SOUTHERN, CENTRAL
AND EASTERN EUROPE
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25771
Chair: Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
Co-Chair: Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
and University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Discussant: Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Presentation 1
The Moderator Role of the Pattern of Identification in the
Relationship between Perceived Discrimination and Life
Satisfaction among Roma Minority Adolescents in Italy
Pasquale Musso, Palermo University, Italy
Cristiano Inguglia, Palermo University, Italy
Nicole Maria Iannello, Palermo University, Italy
Alida Lo Coco, Palermo University, Italy
Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
COOPERATION, COMPETITION, & IDEOLOGY
Presentation 2
The Influence of Ethnic Discrimination and Identity on
Emotional and Academic Outcomes of Roma Adolescents: A
Mixed-Methods Approach
Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, the Netherlands and
University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
Deborah J. Johnson, Michigan State University, USA
Barbara Thelamour, The College of Wooster, USA
Sudha Sankar, Michigan State University, USA
21791
15:40-16:00
A Multi-National Investigation of Cross-Cultural Cooperation
Angela Dorrough, FernUniversität in Hagen; Max Planck Institute
for Research on Collective Goods, Germany
Andreas Glöckner, University of Hagen, Max Planck Institute for
Research on Collective Goods, Germany
Presentation 3
Rejection-(Dis) identification and Psychological Well-Being
among Roma Ethnic Minority in Albania and Kosovo
Radosveta Dimitrova, Stockholm University, Sweden
Fitim Uka, Private Bearer of Higher Education, Kosovo
Skerdi Zahaj, University of Tirana, Albania
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1110
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MONDAY, AUGUST 1
28546 16:40-17:00
Facial Expression Processing: The Effect of Culture and
Cognitive Load
Lubna Ahmed, St Mary’s University Twickenham, UK
Yoshiyuki Ueda, Kyoto University, Japan
Jun Saiki, Kyoto University, Japan
23268 16:00-16:20
Distinguishing Face and Honor Cultures: Role of Stability
Jessica LeClair, University of California, USA
Janet VT Pauketat, University of California, USA
Heejung Kim, University of California, USA
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1204
25775 THE EFFECTS OF CROSS-CULTURAL AND CROSSLINGUISTIC DIFFERENCES ON THE COGNITIVE AND
NEURAL PROCESSES INVOLVED IN READING AND
WRITING
MONDAY, AUGUST 1
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25775
Chair: Taeko Wydell, Brunel University London, UK
Co-Chair: Heikki Lyytinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Presentation 1
Cognitive Neuroscientific Studies of Cross-Language Reading
and Writing: From The Perspective of The Orthographic Depth
Hypothesis and The Affordance Theory of Script/Speech
Mapping
Ovid J. L. Tzeng, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Presentation 2
Different cognitive disabilities in Japanese speaking children with
developmental dyslexia
Akira Uno, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Noriko Haruhara, Mejiro University, Japan
Masato Kaneko, Kokushikan University
Presentation 3
GraphoLearn Initiative: Early identification and prevention of
reading difficulties to be applied globally
Heikki Lyytinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Presentation 4
Developmental Dyslexia in English: is it due to a phonological
deficit or a visual attention span (VAS) deficit?
Taeko Wydell, Brunel University London, UK
Liory Fern-Pollak, University of West London, UK
17:30-19:00 IACCP General Assembly Meeting
Room: Great Hall 2F
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TUESDAY
AUGUST 2
Tuesday at a Glance
GREAT HALL SMALL HALL A SMALL HALL B
EXHIBITION
HALL
1101
1102
1103
29444
Philosophy
25796
Social Axioms
Stich
(Symposium)
Bond
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Lunch
Lunch
Lunch
Break
Break
Break
25818
Turkish
Immigrants
29438
Education and
Teaching
25782
Multiculturals
Yagmur
(Symposium)
Gabrenya Jr.
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
29442
Acculturation
25827
Creativity
Boski
(Symposium)
Kwan
(Symposium)
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00
29439
SCCR
Ashdown
Values/Norms
(Paper)
29430
Culture-mixing Poster Session
1
Yampolsky
(Symposium)
10:15
10:30
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25822
Education
System
Bossong
(Symposium)
10:45
11:00
Keynote
11:15
Hong
11:30
11:45
Break
12:00
29420
25806
Measurement
12:30 Cultural Change
Bias
12:45
Hamamura
He
(Symposium)
(Symposium)
13:00
12:15
29426
Parenting
Keller
(Symposium)
Poster Session
2
13:15
13:30
Break
Break
Break
Well-Being
Indigenous
Psychology
Break
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
14:45
Special
Colloquium
Markus/
Kitayama
(Paper)
Break
Break
(Paper)
Poster Session
3
15:00
Martin
(Symposium)
15:15
15:30
Break
Break
15:45
16:00
16:15
16:30
16:45
17:10
29431
25795
Self-positivity in Acculturation/Mi
Ecology
the East
gration
Poster Sesssion
4
Uskul
Cai
(Paper)
(Symposium)
(Symposium)
Tuesday at a Glance
1104
1105
25776
Acculturation
25764
Motivational
Structure of
Values
Leong
(Symposium)
1106
1108
Rapid Papers
Intergroup
Relations
Cieciuch
(Symposium)
1109
1110
1204
Interpersonal Organization/Wor Cultural/Social
Relationships
k & Personality
Change
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Self/Identity
Interpersonal
Relationships
Emotion
25825
Acculturation of
Immigrant
25811
Culture of
Heritage
Rapid Papers
Rapid Papers
Güngör
(Symposium)
Break
25808
Mental Health
Scholten
(Symposium)
Break
25819
Cultural Products
on Intergroup
Attitudes
Haugen
(Symposium)
Break
Rapid Papers
Break
Well-Being
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Schachner
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Rapid Papers
Intergroup
Relations
Interpersonal
Relationships
Environment &
Group
Processes
Social
Networks
(Paper)
(Paper)
(Paper)
Paper
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Rapid Papers
Cognition &
Perception
Motivation
(Paper)
(Paper)
27467
Self/Identity and
Norm
Violations
Personality
Stamkou
(Paper)
(Symposium)
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: Great Hall 2F
Room: Small Hall 1B
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
29439 THE SOCIETY FOR CROSS-CULTURAL RESEARCH
(SCCR) PRESENTS AT IACCP: CULTURE, INTERVENTIONS,
AND CHANGE
29430 IMPLICATIONS FOR CULTURE-MIXING AT THE
IDENTITY, RELATIONSHIP, AND GROUP LEVELS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29439
Chair: Brien K. Ashdown, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, USA
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29430
Chair: Maya A. Yampolsky, Universite Laval, Canada
Co-Chair: Rui Zhang, Dickinson College, USA
Presentation 1
Preschoolers’ Emotional Competence and an Empathy RolePlay Intervention
Caitlin Bush, Wake Forest University, USA
Kurstyn Morely, Wake Forest University, USA
Deborah Best, Wake Forest University, USA
Presentation 1
Not by each culture separately: Bicultural experience is uniquely
associated with self-concept consistency
Rui Zhang, Dickinson College, USA
Kimberly A. Noels, University of Alberta, Canada
Richard N. Lalonde, York University, Canada
Presentation 2
Interventions with at-risk youth in Guatemala: Review of
published literature and suggested paths forward
Judith L. Gibbons, Saint Louis University, USA
Katelyn E. Poelker, Saint Louis University, USA
Presentation 2
Intercultural couples’ cultural identity configurations: links to
conflict resolution, marginalization and relationship investment.
Maya A. Yampolsky, Universite Laval, Canada
Hamza Sibai, York University, Canada
Justin Michel, York University, Canada
Richard Lalonde, York University, Canada
Presentation 3
Elaborative and socially oriented conversations in preschools: A
culture sensitive intervention study
Lisa Schroder, Universitat Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Heide Keller, Universitat Osnabruck, Germany
Presentation 4
Modeling Education: The Effectiveness of a ‘Model’ Classroom
for Early Childhood Education in Guatemala
Brien K. Ashdown, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, USA
Kristin Ressel, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, USA
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: Small Hall 1A
VALUES/NORMS
22362 09:00-9:20
Value Structure, Overall Change and Zeitgeist Effects in Finnish
Values in 1981-2015
Martti Puohiniemi, Independent Researcher, Finland
Markku Verkasalo, University of Helsinki, Finland
28380 09:20-9:40
Self vs. Others: The Differing Effects of Social and Personal
Power on Prosocial Tendencies
Lin Xinyi Cherie, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Wan Ching, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
28789 09:40-10:00
Moral Inclusion and Social Identities: A Cross-National
Investigation of in-Group and Out-Group Values
Rengin B. Firat, Georgia State University, USA
Hye Won Kwon, University of Iowa, USA
Steven Hitlin, University of Iowa, USA
Presentation 3
Does multiculturalism promote or hinder creativity? An eyetracking study to understand the effect of culturalism on crossdisciplinary collaboration
Letty Y.-Y. Kwan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1101
29444 CROSS-CULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29444
Chair: Stephen Stich, Rutgers University, USA
Co-Chair: Edouard Machery, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Presentation 1
Chinese moral expressions: Cultural similarities and differences
in how affective facial muscle activity predicts moral judgments
Emma E. Buchtel, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong
Kong
Leo C. Y. Ng, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Peter R. Cannon, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong
Kong
Presentation 2
Religion and the Scope of the Moral Domain
Taylor Davis, Purdue University, USA
Stephen Stich, Rutgers University, USA
Edouard Machery, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Sydney Levine, Rutgers University, USA
Joshua Rottman, Franklin & Marshall College, USA
Presentation 3
Folk Concepts in Two-Dimensions
Andrew Latham, University of Sydney, Australia
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Presentation 4
Where is your pain? A Cross-cultural Comparison of the
Concept of Pain in Americans and South Koreans
Justin Sytsma, Victoria University, New Zealand
Hyo-eun Kim, Victoria University, New Zealand
Nina Poth, Victoria University, New Zealand
Kevin Reuter, Victoria University, New Zealand
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25822
Chair: Laura Bossong, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1102
25796 SYMPOSIUM: IN TRIBUTE TO KWOK LEUNG’S
RESEARCH PROGRAM ON THE CONSTRUCT OF SOCIAL
AXIOMS
Details: http://abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25796
Chair: Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Discovering, Validating and Refining the Construct of Social
Axioms: Through a Glass, Darkly
Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Presentation 3
Perceptions of Just Practice Moderate the Relationship between
Social Cynicism and Organizational Cynicism
Catherine T. Kwantes, University of Windsor, Canada
Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong and Chinese
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 4
Moderating the Link between Social Cynicism and Ill-being: The
Effects of Societal Corruption
Vivian Miu-Chi Lun, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong and Chinese
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 2
Perceived discrimination and peer support as predictors of
school engagement: A Swiss-German cross-cultural explorative
study
Elena Makarova, University of Vienna, Austria
Kerstin Goebel, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Michael Filsecker, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Presentation 3
Instructional quality and the relevance of classroom
composition for intercultural learning in English as a foreign
language class - quantitative and qualitative perspectives
Kerstin Goebel, University of Duisburg-Essen - Faculty of
Education, Germany
Svenja Vieluf, German Institute for international Educational
Research, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Presentation 4
Ideas about preschool education: Perspectives of childcare
teachers and immigrant parents
Laura Bossong, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1104
25776 NEGOTIATING CULTURAL IDENTITY ACROSS
BORDERS: DISTILLING UNIVERSAL AND CULTURESPECIFIC SOCIAL MARKERS OF ACCULTURATION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25776
Chair: Chan-Hoong Leong, Institute of Policy Studies, National
University of Singapore, Singapore
Presentation 1
Social Markers of Acculturation among Japanese University
Students
Adam Komisarof, Keio University, Japan
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1103
Presentation 2
What makes us Canadian? A Mixed-Methods Examination of
Social Markers of Acculturation in Canada
Saba Safdar, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Psychology
Department, University of Guelph
Ashna Jassi, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Psychology
Department, University of Guelph
29424 CULTURE 2.0: SOCIO-CULTURAL ELEMENTS OF
RELATIONSHIPS LIVED ONLINE (MOVED TO 13:50)
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1103
25822 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF
CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM
(MOVED FROM 13:50)
Presentation 3
Social Markers of Acculturation as Determinants of Immigrant
Inclusivity in Singapore: The genesis, impact, and comparisons
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Presentation 2
Going beyond Self-Views to Examine Personality and Social
Behavior in Context: The Role of Worldviews in the Prediction of
Modest Behavior
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Effects of structural diversity and cultural diversity climate on
intergroup outcomes in multiethnic classrooms
Miriam Schwarzenthal, University of Potsdam, Germany
Maja Schachner, University of Potsdam, Germany
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands,
North-West University, South Africa, & University of
Queensland, Australia
Linda Juang, University of Potsdam, Germany
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
across cultures
Chan-Hoong Leong, Institute of Policy Studies, National
University of Singapore, Singapore
Eugene Teng, Institute of Policy Studies, National University of
Singapore, Singapore
Presentation 4
The boundaries of national group membership - A MixedMethod approach to study of inclusive national identity in
Finland
Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti, University of Helsinki, Finland
Nortio Sfakiotakis, University of Helsinki, Finland
Säde Sfakiotakis, University of Helsinki, Finland
09:00-10:30 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1105
25764 CONSEQUENCES OF THE CIRCULAR
MOTIVATIONAL STRUCTURE OF VALUES
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25764
Chair: Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Co-Chair: Eldad Davidov, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Shalom H. Schwartz
Presentation 1
Values as bases for desired emotions across cultures
Shalom H. Schwartz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
and National Research University Higher School of Economics,
Russia
Maya Tamir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Claudio V. Torres, University of Brazil, Brazil
Presentation 2
Circular structure of values within the circumplex of personality
meta-traits
Jan Cieciuch, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Wlodzimierz Strus, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in
Warsaw, Poland
Presentation 3
Value structure and improving the comparability of different
inventories in the analysis of time series
Martti Puohiniemi, Independent Researcher, Finland
Markku Verkasalo, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, University of
Helsinki, Finland
09:00-10:30 Rapid Paper Session 1
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
29018 09:00Polish Students’ Attitudes Towards Refugees - Can Empathy and
Cultural Intelligence Attenuate the Effect of Social Dominance
Orientation?
Paulina Pawlicka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Maria Kazmierczak, University of Gdansk, Poland
Natalia Korcz, University of Gdansk, Poland
24093
09:10-
Should Immigrants Be Forced to Adopt the Host Culture?
Influence of Mandatory Integration Programs on Majority
Members’ Evaluation of Immigrants
Antoine Roblain, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Laurent Licata, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
Assaad Azzi, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
24223 09:20The Correlation Between Acculturation Stress and Spirituality
of Taboot Generation Community in Bengkulu
Nelly Marhayati, Airlangga University of Surabaya, Indonesia
Prakrisno Satrio, Airlangga University of Surabaya, Indonesia
Suryanto, Airlangga University of Surabaya, Indonesia
28329 09:30The Women Pays for it All
Kuba Krys, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Justyna Swidrak, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Anna Kwiatkowska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
28592 09:40Evidence-Based Interventions for Refugees: Collectivist Tools
for Providers
Jamie Sundvall, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology,
USA
29074 09:50My Life is Separated: Moderating Role of Hope Between
Parent-Children Communication and Left-Behind Children’s
Psychological Adjustment in Indonesia
Yunita Faela Nisa, State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah
Jakarta, Indonesia
24095 10:00Radicalization of Muslim Immigrant Youth in the Netherlands: A
Pedagogical Perspective
Trees Pels, VU University, the Netherlands
28624 10:10Multi-Cultural Competence Counseling and Psychotherapy
Model for Nigeria
Esther N. Nzewi, California Institute of Integral Studies, USA
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1108
INTERGROUP RELATIONS
22485 09:00-09:20
Who’s Irrational? Attribution of Rationality to The Low-Status
Out-Groups by Hierarchy Attenuating Students
Tomasz Besta, University of Gdansk, Poland
Gülçin Akbas, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Emma Bäck, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Alexandra Vazquez, Universidad Nacional de Educación a
Distancia, Spain
24159 09:20-09:40
When Racial Joke Hurts: The Moderating Role of Group Status
on Emotion and Group Identification
David Bourguignon, Université de Lorraine, France
Pascal Tisserant, Université de Lorraine, France
Valérie Fointiat, Université de Lorraine, France
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Jérôme Dinet, Université de Lorraine, France
Jonathan Kieffer, Université de Lorraine, France
24260 09:40-10:00
Mutual Perception and Relational Orientations of Majority and
Minority Groups in India
Shabana Bano, Banaras Hindu University, India
R. C. Mishara, Banaras Hindu University, India
R. C. Tripathi, University of Allahabad, India
28578 10:00-10:20
Attitudes Toward College Affirmative Action Policies for Asian
Americans: An Extended Theory of Reasoned Action Model
Robert Jay Lowinger, Bluefield State College, USA
Ze Wang, University of Missouri, USA
Helen Hyun, San Francisco State University, USA
27689 09:20-09:40
Cross-Cultural Adaptation and Expatriate Workers’ Health
Caroline Kamau, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
26532 09:40-10:00
Cross-Cultural Invariance of Npi-13: Entitlement As Culturally
Specific, Leadership and Grandiosity As Culturally Universal
Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska, University of Gdańsk, Poland
Jarosław Piotrowski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Radosław Rogoza, University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński,
Poland
Tomasz Baran, University of Warsaw, Poland
Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Kokoro research centre,
Japan
John Maltby, University of Leicester, UK
23966 10:00-10:20
Internalizing Capitalist Norms: A Grounded Study of How
North Korean Defectors Adapt Through Work
ByeongJo (BJ) Kim, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Denise M. Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1109
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
22501 09:00-09:20
Supportive Interaction and Power in Married Couples
Yuh-Huey Jou, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1204
24514 09:40-10:00
Justice Motive and Love: Belief in a Just World and Affectionate
Communication in Romantic Relationship
Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Adam B. Cohen, Arizona State University, USA
Yanping Zhang, Xiamen University, China
Huijing Hu, Xiamen University, China
Jiechen Liu, Xiamen University, China
28705 10:00-10:20
Cultural and Individual Factors Determine Physical Aggression
between Married Partners: Evidence from 30 Countries
Christine Ebbeler, University of Bonn, Germany
Ina Grau, University of Bonn, Germany
Rainer Banse, University of Bonn, Germany
09:00-10:30 Paper Session 1
Room: 1110
CULTURAL/SOCIAL CHANGE
28268 09:00-09:20
Are Unique Names Increasing in Japan? An Analysis of Baby
Names From 30 Years of City Newsletters, 1984-2015
Yuji Ogihara, University of California Los Angeles, USA
28601 09:20-09:40
Why the Caged Bird Sings: Cultural Factors Underlying the Use
of Online Social Networks Among Saudi Arabian and UK Users
Heyla Selim, University of Sussex, UK
Vivian Vignoles, University of Sussex, UK
Karen Long, University of Sussex, UK
29783 09:40-10:00
The Influence of Three Levels of Individualism and Collectivism
on Theory-Of-Mind
Tuong-Van Vu, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Catrin Finkenauer, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Mariette Huizinga, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Lydia Krabbendam, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the
Netherlands
28313 10:00-10:20 (Cancelled)
Higher Fitness Under Culture-Environment Match
Irem Uz, TOBB University of Economics and Technology, Turkey
10:50-11:40 Keynote Speech
ORGANIZATION/WORK & PERSONALITY
Room: Great Hall 2F
24367 09:00-09:20
Factorial Equivalence of Competency Inventory (Eicom-Plus)
Across Three Cultural Groups: Administration in Turkish,
English & Russian
Hayri Eren Suna, Assessment Systems, Turkey
Levent Sevinç, Assessment Systems, Turkey
Hande Tanberkan Suna, İstanbul Aydın University, Turkey
Do Multicultural Identities Challenge Traditions or Create the
Future?
Ying-Yi Hong, CUHK Business School at the Chinese University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24220 09:20-09:40
Three Different Forgiveness States Following Spousal Infidelity:
Evidence From China
Peilian Chi, University of Macau, China
Hongfei Du, University of Macau, China
Debbie O. B. Lam, The University of Hong Kong, China
Zhang Xin, University of Macau, China
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Room: Great Hall 2F
25806 SOCIAL / CULTURAL CHANGE: DETERMINANTS,
MODERATORS, AND CONSEQUENCES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25806
Chair: Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
Discussant: Yoshihisa Kashima, The University of Melbourne,
Australia
Presentation 3
An Indigenous Measure of Social Desirability Across Nonwestern Countries
Alejandra del Carmen Dominguez Espinosa, Iberoamerican
University, Mexico
Tania Tamara Acosta Canales, Iberoamerican University, Mexico
Josefina Aumman,Iberoamerican University, Mexico
Mariano Rosabal Coto ,Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica
Camelia Harb, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Isabel Benitez , Loyola University, Spain
Presentation 1
Worldviews about social change and their consequences
Paul Bain, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Presentation 2
Rise of individualism: Determinants and moderators of cultural
change.
Igor Grossmann, University of Waterloo, Canada
Henri Santos, University of Waterloo, Canada
Alex Huynh, University of Waterloo, Canada
Michael Varnum, Arizona State University, USA
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
Presentation 3
Cultural change toward greater individualism in Japan: Analyses
of human and dog names
Yuji Ogihara, Kyoto University; Japan Society for the Promotion of
Science, Japan
Presentation 4
Cultural changes in China and Japan: A case of individualismcollectivism
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1A
29420 MEASUREMENT BIAS ASSESSMENT IN CROSSCULTURAL STUDIES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29420
Chair: Jia He, German Institute for International Educational
Research, Germany
Discussant: Ronald Fischer, University of Aarhus, Denmark &
Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation 1
An Integrated Approach to Bias in a Longitudinal Survey in
United Kingdom: Assessing Construct, Method and Item Bias in
the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12)
Isabel Benitez, Loyola University, Spain
Byron G. Adams, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Jia He, German Institute for International Educational Research,
Germany
Presentation 2
Response Styles in Factual Items: Personal, Contextual, and
Cultural Correlates
Jia He, German Institute for International Educational Research,
Germany
Fons J. R. Van de Vijver,Tilburg University, The Netherlands,
North-West University, South Africa, and University of
Queensland, Australia
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1B
29426 PARENTING IN DIVERSE CULTURAL
ENVIRONMENTS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29426
Chair: Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Co-Chair: Hannah Bartl, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Discussant: Dorit Roer-Strier, The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Israel
Presentation 1
Does it Really Take a Village? Attachment in Middle Childhood
in a Cameroon Village
Sophia Becke, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Stephan Bongard, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Hans Peter Hahn, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Presentation 2
Cultural Interpretations of Attachment Behavior: Perspectives
of Ethiopian Mothers and Practitioners in Israel
Hannah Bartl, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Orya Tishby, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Heidi Keller, University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Presentation 3
Intergenerational Transmission of Emotion Dysregulation in the
Face of Trauma in Israeli Mothers and Young Children
Ruth Pat-Horenczyk, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1104
25811 REVISITING THE CULTURE OF HERITAGE: THE
FORMS AND FUNCTIONS OF CULTURAL CONTINUITY
AS AN INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE ACCULTURATION
STRATEGY
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25811
Chair: Derya Güngör, Yasar University, Turkey
Co-Chair: Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands;
Gratia Christian College, Hong Kong
Discussant: Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New
Zealand
Presentation 1
Religiosity and sociocultural adaptation: The moderating role of
cultural maintenance
Derya Güngör, Yasar University, Turkey
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Marc H. Bornstein, NICHD, USA
Andrew Stranieri, Federation University Australia, Australia
Presentation 2
The effects of religiosity and perceived discrimination on
acculturation outcomes: The case of Muslim Afghan refugees in
the Netherlands
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands; Gratia
Christian College, Hong Kong
Yvette van Osch, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Tünde van Hoek, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Azim Eldja, KU Leuven, Belgium
22776 13:00- (Cancelled)
Paternalism, Power Distance and Fatalism Among Managers
From Three Major Ethnic Groups in Nigeria
Andrew A. Mogaji, Benue State University, Nigeria
Presentation 3
Priming Culture among Turkish Germans: Mindsets or context?
Arzu Aydinli-Karakulak, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands; Gratia
Christian College, Hong Kong
Presentation 4
The adaptive value of ethnic, national, and multicultural
orientations for immigrants and nationals in the United States
Cagla Giray, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA
Gail M. Ferguson, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA
Jacqueline Nguyen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
Maria I. Iturbide, Humboldt State University, Germany
12:00-13:30 Rapid Paper Session 2
12:00-13:30 Rapid Paper Session 2
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: EMOTION
22868 12:00Competencies for Health Professionals Working in Refugee
Primary Health Care: A Qualitative Study
Yeeling Kok, University of Adelaide, Australia
Damien McInerney, Migrant Health Service, Australia
Candice Oster, University of Adelaide, Australia
Deborah Turnbull, University of Adelaide, Australia
23149 12:10A Phenomenological Study of Taiwanese and UK Employees’
Psychological Ownership: The Role of Power-Distance and
Collectivistic-Individualistic Cultural Dimensions
David McConville, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan
SESSION TOPIC: GENDER/CULTURAL CHANGE
24254 12:30Cultural Orientation, Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Intentions
for Self-Employment Among Undergraduate Students in East
Africa
Martin Mabunda Baluku, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany
Kathleen Otto, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany
Julius Fred Kikooma, Makerere University, Uganda
Bantu Edward, Kisii University, Kenya
Peter Onderi, Maseno University, Kenya
Joyce Nansamba, Makerere University, Uganda
22577 12:00Effect of Inter-Gender Conflict Experiences on Gender
Dichotomization among Japanese Women and Men
Takuto Shishido, Musashino University, Japan
24101 12:10Fatherhood Desires and Intentions: A Comparison of Young
Gay Men in Germany and Turkey
Dirk Kranz, University of Trier, Germany
Esra Topuz, University of Trier, Germany
Christoph Niepel, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
26130 12:40Developing and Refining the Concept of Resilience in
Organizational Context
Yuan-Hsi Liao, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
27580 12:20Ambivalent Sexism in the Arab World
Angela T. Maitner, American University of Sharjah, United Arab
Emirates
P.J. Henry, New York University Abu Dhabi, United Arab
Emirates
28653 12:50The Facilitative Effect of Multicultural Priming and Change
Attitude on Organizational Change Receptiveness
Jeanne Ho-Ying Fu, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Zhi-Xue Zhang, Peking University, China
28379 12:30Work-Life Balance, Child-Rearing Practices, and Psychology
in Preschooler’s Families: A Comparison of Japan and the
Netherlands
Yoshiko Sato, Kamakura Women’s University, Japan
24169 13:00The Influence of Cultural Values on Employees’ Preferences of
Distributive Justice Allocation Norms
Mladen Adamovic, University of Melbourne, Australia
27874 12:40- (Cancelled)
Socio-Cultural Adaptation of Foreign Students in Morocco
Abdelali Ezzaibouh, University of Fez, Morocco
24145 13:10Reconfiguration of Your Job Versus Interpersonal Treatment!
The Predictive Strength of Some Ghanaian Nurses’ Citizenship
Behaviour
Collins Badu Agyemang, University of Ghana, Ghana
28319 12:50An Investigation Into Intercultural Couples’ Decision Making
Processes
Suleiman Alnaimi, Federation University Australia, Australia
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24140 12:20The Role of Psychological Capital in Relationship with Creative
Climate and Creative Performance
Sarvesh Satija, Birla Institute of Technology & Science, India
Room: 1105
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1108
SELF/IDENTITY
22316 12:00-12:20
Communal and Oppressive Interdependent Self-Construals and
Well-Being in Eastern and Central European Countries
Anna Kwiatkowska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
27614 12:20-12:40
Indonesian Searching for Self; The Analysis of Indonesian’s SelfSchemata, Self-System and Self-Integrity
Bagus Takwin, Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28585 12:40-13:00
Identification with All Humanity and the Rating of Social Groups
Living in Germany
Elke Murdock, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Vanessa Schneider, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
29112
13:00-13:20
Family and Peer Socialization, Ethnic Identity and Acculturation
- Narratives of Turkish-German and Turkish-Austrian Young
Adults
Jana Vietze, University of Potsdam, Germany
Harald Werneck, University of Vienna, Austria
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1109
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
22767 12:00-12:20
Intergenerational Transmission of Attachment Styles As
Predictors of Relationship Satisfaction in Adult Romantic
Relationships
Kim Than, Alliant International University, USA
Karen Quek, Alliant International University, USA
Narumi Taniguchi, University of Winnipeg, Canada
24155 12:20-12:40
Whose is More Satisfying? Intercultural Versus Intracultural
Marriage in an Acculturation Context
Sasha Perozo Alberti, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Yvette Van Osch, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Michael Bender, Tilburg University, the Netherlands, Gratia
Christian College, Hong Kong
Fons J. R. Van De Vijver, Tilburg University, Netherlands,
University of Queensland, Australia, North-West University,
South-Africa
25687 12:40-13:00
Passionate Love is Better Lived Than Imagined: A CrossCultural Perspective
Julie Y. A. Cachia, New York University, USA
Philippe Cachia, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28363 13:00-13:20
Romantic Attachment in Love Versus Arranged Marriages in
Bangladesh: Women’s Experiences in the First Three Years of
Marriage
Sharon M. Flicker, Antioch College, USA
Farhana Afroz, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh
Faeqa Mohsin, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh
Sumaiya Nehla Saif, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh
12:00-13:30 Paper Session 2
Room: 1110
EMOTION
24442 12:00-12:20
A First Empirical Investigation of Implicit Cultural Orientations
in the Arab World
Alvaro San Martin, IESE Business School, Spain
William W. Maddux, INSEAD, France
Marwan Sinaceur, Essec Business School, France
Amer Madi, INSEAD, France
Steven Tompson, University of Michigan, USA
Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA
28521 12:20-12:40
Gender Differences in Emotional Intelligence in a Middle
Eastern Population
Marwa Alrajhi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman
Said Aldhafri, Sultan Qaboos University & The Research Council,
Oman
29046 12:40-13:00
Affect and Cross-Cultural Competency: An Analog Study of
Microexpression Recognition Performance
Yumiko Mochinushi, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Raad Alzaidalsharief, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
Brigitte K Armon, Cox Communications, USA
Petra Brnova, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Stephanie Champion, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Xiaowen Chen, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Tessly A. Dieguez, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Hairong Jiang, Institute for Cross Cultural Management, Florida
Institute of Technology, USA
Oreoluwa O. Osikoya, Key Talent Solutions, USA
Ambar Rodriguez, Copa Airlines, Panama
Leah R Wolfeld, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Aten K. Zaandam, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
William K. Gabrenya, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
29625 13:00-13:20
Achievement Emotions of Chinese Students: An Investigation in
Technical and Vocational Education
Lan Yang, The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
12:00-13:30 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1204
25825 IDENTITY AND ACCULTURATION OF IMMIGRANT
AND ETHNIC MINORITY YOUTH - CONTEXTUAL
CONDITIONS, SCHOOL-RELATED OUTCOMES AND
ROUTES FOR INTERVENTION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25825
Chair: Maja Katharina Schachner, University of Potsdam, Germany
Discussant: John Berry, Queen’s University, Canada
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Presentation 1
Acculturation and School Adjustment of Immigrant Youth in
Seven European Countries: Findings from the Program for
International Student Assessment (PISA)
Maja K. Schachner, University of Potsdam, Germany
Jia He, German Institute for International Educational Research,
Germany
Boris Heizmann, University of Hamburg, Germany
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, Netherlands; NorthWest University, South Africa; University of Queensland, Australia
Gloria Yuet Kwan Ma, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Ruirui Zhang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 2
Neighborhood and peer group diversity and ethnic identity
Ylva Svensson, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Moin Syed, University of Minnesota, US
25492 14:50-15:10
Hedonic Treadmill in Prison: Life Goes on or Not
Meltem Guler, Cukurova University, Turkey
24116
14:30-14:50
Do Social Cynics Have Poor Psychological Health? An
Investigation of How and When.
Jacky C. K. Ng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Presentation 3
Self-affirmation and test performance in ethnically diverse
schools: A new dual-identity affirmation intervention
Gulseli Baysu, Kadir Has University, Turkey
Laura Celeste, University of Leuven, Belgium, & University of
Sussex, UK
Karen Phalet, University of Leuven, Belgium
Rupert Brown, University of Sussex, UK
Karine Verschueren, University of Leuven, Belgium
Room: Small Hall 1B
INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY
23817 13:50-14:10
Identification of Arab Women and Men with Oppressive
Patriarchal Practices
Marwan Dwairy, Oranim Academic College, Israel
Camelia Ibrahim, Oranim Academic College, Israel
Room: Great Hall 2F
23260 14:30-14:50
Indigenous Psychologies: Where Are We Going?
Linda Waimarie Nikora, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Waikaremoana Waitoki, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Bridgette Masters, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Mohi Rua, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Applying Cultural Psychology: The Significance of
Interdependence
Hazel R. Markus, Stanford University
A Biological Extension of the Heart and Soul of Cultural
Psychology
Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA
23655 14:50-15:10
Norms and Believes Across Several Ecosystems in Mexico
Rolando Diaz-Loving, Naational Auatonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Discussants:
Heidi Keller, Osnabrück University, Germany
Yoshihisa Kashima, The University of Melbourne, Australia
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: Small Hall 1A
Room: 1101
WELL-BEING
25818 ACCULTURATION, RE-ACCULTURATION AND
LANGUAGE PRACTICES OF TURKISH IMMIGRANTS
22433 13:50-14:10
Aging Anxieties and Life Satisfaction among Palestinian-Arabs in
Israel: The Moderating Role of Religion
Yoav S. Bergman, Ariel University and Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Gabriel Horenczyk, Hebrew University, Israel
Ehud Bodner, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
23970 14:10-14:30
Building Critical Consciousness for Diversity and Well-Being: A
Cross-Regional Investigation
Randolph Chun Ho Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Winnie Wing Sze MAak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Sherry Xue Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
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Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25818
Chair: Kutlay Yagmur, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Co-Chair: Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Presentation 1
Inter-generational acculturation orientations of Turkish
immigrants in Australia, France, Germany and the Netherlands
Kutlay Yagmur, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Presentation 2
The link between ethnic identification and language practices of
Turkish families in the Netherlands
Irem Bezcioglu Goktolga, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Kutlay Yagmur, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
22429 14:10-14:30
Cross-Cultural Training in Indigenous Psychology
Zana Marovic, ADDnova Clinic, South Africa
13:50-15:20 Special Colloquium
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Presentation 3
PISA Mathematics and Reading Performance Differences of
Mainstream and Turkish Immigrant Students
Serkan Arikan, Sitki Tarman University, Turkey
Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Kutlay Yagmur, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Presentation 4
Cultural, linguistic and social integration outcomes of Turkish
return migration
Filiz Kunuroglu, Katip Celebi University, Turkey
Kutlay Yagmur, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
Fons van de Vijver, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1102
29438 EDUCATION AND TEACHING IN CULTURE AND
PSYCHOLOGY: STRATEGIES, TECHNIQUES, OUTCOMES
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29438
Chair: William K. Gabrenya Jr., Florida Institute of Technology,
USA
Discussant: Walter J. Lonner, Western Washington University,
USA
Presentation 1
What makes cultural education meaningful for students? A case
study approach
Benjamin G. Voyer, London School of Economics and Political
Science, UK
Presentation 2
The global and technology contexts in action: Preparing
students for the reality of the global virtual workplace
Sharon Glazer, University of Baltimore, USA
Rita Berger, University of Baltimore, USA
Presentation 3
Building cultural competence in undergraduate students
Leonie Elphinstone, Queensland University of Technology,
Australia
Presentation 4
Teaching Research Methods for Cross-Cultural Psychology:
Stories from the Field
William K. Gabrenya Jr., Florida Institute of Technology, USA
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1103
25782 MULTICULTURALS IN ORGANIZATIONS:
IMPLICATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25782
Chair: Lee Martin, UNSW Australia, Australia
Co-Chair: David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Discussant:
Management University, Singapore
Roy Chua, Lee Kong Chian School of Business, Singapore
Management University, Singapore
Presentation 2
Biculturalism, Language and Problem-Solving
Sharon Arieli, The Open University of Israel, Israel
Andrey Elster, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Lilach Sagiv, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Presentation 3
Multiculturals and Brokering across Cultures
Stacey R. Fitzsimmons, University of Victoria, Canada
Davina Vora, SUNY New Paltz, USA
David C. Thomas, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Presentation 4
Helpful or Harmful? Multiculturals in Teams
Lee Martin, UNSW Australia, Australia
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1104
25808 HOW DO SOCIETAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS
AFFECT MENTAL HEALTH?
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25808
Chair: Saskia Scholten, Research and Treatment Center,
Universitat Bochum, Germany
Co-Chair: Eva Heim, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Presentation 1
The Schwartz Value Theory: The Case of China
Eva Heim, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Saskia Scholten, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Juergen Margraf, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany
Presentation 2
Cultural value orientations and mental health: Theoretical
considerations
Andreas Maercker, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Eva Heim, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Presentation 3
How is perceived justice in a country related to the
psychological distress of the population?
Saskia Scholten, Research and Treatment Center, Ruhr-University
Bochum, Germany
Julia Velten, Research and Treatment Center, Ruhr-University
Bochum, Germany
Jurgen Margraf, Research and Treatment Center, Ruhr-University
Bochum, Germany
Presentation 4
Leadership effects on employee well-being - does the cultural
context matter?
Diana Boer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
C.K. Claudia Buengeler, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Presentation 1
Catalysts for the Multiculturalism-Creativity Nexus: Global
Identity and Cultural Intelligence
Chi-Ying Cheng, School of Social Sciences, Singapore
13:50-15:20 Rapid Paper Session 3
Room: 1105
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SESSION TOPIC: EMOTION
13:50-15:20 Rapid Paper Session 3
23136 13:50We Are Sorry, They Don’t Care: Misinterpretation of Facial
Embarrassment Displays in Intergroup Contexts
Pum Kommattam, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Kai J. Jonas, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Agneta H. Fischer, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Room: 1106
SESSION TOPIC: EMOTION
28712 13:50Raising a Child with Autism: Perspectives From Arab-Muslim
Mothers
Pamela M. Olsen, The New England Center for Children - Abu
Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Patricia Perez, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology,
USA
D. Daniel Gould, The New England Center for Children - Abu
Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Chata Dickson, The New England Center for Children, USA
23584 14:00- (Cancelled)
How Emotions Are Represented in Children’s Literature by
Wo/Men Writers: In Emotion-Specific Somewhat-Gendered
Profiles
Vanda Lucia Zammuner, Università di Padova, Italy
Angela Squassabia, Università di Padova, Italy
29128 14:00- (New)
Creative Boost: Unleashing Creativity using tDCS in Japan
Tal Ivancovsky, University of Haifa, Israel
Jenny Kurman, University of Haifa, Israel
Hiroaki Morio, Kansai University, Japan
Simone Shamay Tsoory, University of Haifa, Israel
29020 14:00Cultural Variations and Social Gains of Gifted Programs in the
Context of Education and Economy in the Globalized World
Janos Gyori, Eotvos Lorand University, Hungary
24219 14:20Cultural Differences in the Cause and Expression of Anger
Between the Thais and the Japanese
Mitsuko Horimoto, Kobe University, Japan
Kiyoshi Maiya, Kobe University, Japan
24440 14:30A Study on Self-Conscious Emotions Triggered by
Transcendence of the Moral Foundations: Comparing China and
Indonesia
Alexandrina Buruian, Zhejiang University, China
27310 14:40Effects of Cultural Context and Self-Construal on the
Psychosocial Stress
Yan Wang, Southwest University, China
Xiang Hu, Southwest University, China
Juan Yang, Southwest University, China
24408 14:10Language and Socio-Emotional Competences of Dual Language
Learners: Comparison of Children with Turkish and Russian
Background in Germany
Beyhan Ertanir, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
Jens Kratzmann, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt,
Germany
Samuel Jahreiss, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt,
Germany
Maren Frank, Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
Steffi Sachse, University of Education Heidelberg, Germany
23773 14:20Supporting New Immigrant Children’s Emergent Literacy
Development Through New Technologies in the Public Library
Setting in Taiwan
Hui-Yun Sung, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
24300 14:30Career-Related Parent Support and Chinese High-School
Students’ Vocational Exploration and Commitment: A
Longitudinal Urban-Rural Comparative Investigation
Qian Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
Fanny Mui-Ching Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
China
Weiqiao Fan, Shanghai Normal University, China
24459 14:40Television As a Means of Gender Socialization: Investigating
Gender Roles in Popular Preschool Media Across Cultures
Ashley Morris Biddle, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
28255 14:50Duty As a Tool for Managing Uncertainty: Negative Affect
Toward Duty Violation Under Uncertainty Threat
Yuto Terashima, Nagoya University, Japan
Jiro Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
27594 14:50Can You Teach Cultural Competency in Cross-Cultural Human
Development Class?
Sawa Senzaki, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
Michelle McChesney, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
Taylor Steele, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
Annemarie Schwery, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
Kortney Krajewski, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
Sarah Miller, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, USA
24913 15:00Measurement Invariance of the Refined Schwartz Value Scale
Among University Students in Ghana and Kenya
David L. Sam, University of Bergen, Norway & University of
Ghana, Ghana
Racheal Wanjohi, KabarakUniversity, Kenya
Charity Akotia, University of Ghana, Ghana
Elias Kekesi, University of Ghana, Ghana
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24209 14:10To Value or Not to Value Happiness: Culture Shapes Whether
Valuing Happiness Backfires
Melissa Xue-Ling Chang, University of Queensland , Australia
Jolanda Jetten, University of Queensland, Australia
Tegan Cruwys, University of Queensland, Australia
Catherine Haslam,University of Queensland, Australia
Jie Yang, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economics, China
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
29142 15:00A Within-Country Examination of Spatial Bias in Environmental
Assessments
Taciano L. Milfont, Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research,
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1108
INTERGROUP RELATIONS
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24359 13:50-14:10
Addressing Cultural Diversity at School: A Multi-Informant and
Mixed Methods Study
Sauro Civitillo, University of Potsdam, Germany
Maja Schachner, University of Potsdam, Germany
Linda Juang, University of Potsdam, Germany
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands,
North-West University, South-Africa, University of Queensland,
Australia
26463 14:10-14:30
The Relationship between Meaning in Life, Attitudes Toward
Disability, and Psychological Well-Being: Findings among UltraOrthodox Jewish Women in Israel
Ela Koren, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Keren Gueta, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Yoav S. Bergman, Ariel University, Israel
28991 14:30-14:50
Public Discourses About Race Relations and Racial Identity in
the United States: A Content Analysis
Timothy Ovia, University of Cincinnati, USA
Vaishali Raval, Miami University, USA
Amanda Chen, Miami University, USA
Stacey Raj, Miami University, USA
Suchi Daga, Miami University, USA
22249 14:50-15:10
Can Authoritarianism Lead to Greater Liking of Outgroups?
The Intriguing Case of Singapore
Arne Roets, Ghent University, Belgium
Evelyn W. M. Au, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Alain Van Hiel, Ghent University, Belgium
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1109
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
23568 13:50-14:10
Individualism-Collectivism as Moderators Between Self-Efficacy
and Intention to Mentor Among University Teachers in India
and Spain
Mangadu Paramasivam Ganesh, Indian Institute of Technology,
India
M. Ángeles López-Cabarcos, Santiago de Compostela University,
Spain
Paula Vázquez-Rodríguez, Santiago de Compostela University,
Spain
23945 14:10-14:30
Teacher-Student Relationships and Students’ Achievement: An
Investigation in 50+ Countries
Cecilia Cheung, University of California, USA
24324 14:30-14:50
The Effects of Cultural Selves and Bicultural Integration on
Conflict Resolution Styles
Bryant P. H. Hui, University of Cambridge, UK
Shannen W. C. Fan, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong
Kong
Ben C. P. Lam, Iowa State University, USA
27650 14:50-15:10
Situated Ethnic Identity in the Family Domain and Parental
Relationship Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Parental
Autonomy
K. Jacky Chan, University of Ottawa, Canada
Marta Y. Young, University of Ottawa, Canada
Jessie Moorman, University of Ottawa, Canada
Noor Sharif, University of Ottawa, Canada
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1110
ENVIRONMENT & GROUP PROCESSES
22612 13:50-14:10 (Cancelled)
Overcoming the Undermining Effects of Supervisor
Norm Conflict on Energy Saving Intention in Workplace:
Organizational Commitment Matters
Watcharaporn Boonyasiriwat, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Thipnapa Huansuriya, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
23593 14:10-14:30
Drivers of Distress and Climate Change Narratives in Tuvalu
Kari Gibson, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Nick Haslam, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Jon Barnett, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ida Kaplan, The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture,
Australia
23962 14:30-14:50
Shared Threats Generate Collectivistic Tendencies and Ingroup
Favoritism in a Public Goods Dilemma.
Bobby K. Cheon, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,
Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (A*STAR), Singapore
George I. Christopoulos, Culture Science Institute, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore
Ying-Yi Hong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
28348 14:50-15:10
Barriers and Bridges of Community Living: Regional and
Contextual Differences
Purnima Singh, IIT Delhi, India
Girishwar Misra, MGAHV, India
Preeti Kapur, Delhi University, India
Arvind K. Mishra, JNU, India
Roomana Siddiqui, AMU, India
13:50-15:20 Paper Session 3
Room: 1204
SOCIAL NETWORKS (MOVED FROM 09:00)
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Liu Yunzhi, Chinese Academy of Science, China
Ziyan Yang,Chinese Academy of Science, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Science, China
29424 - 13:50-14:20
Friending la francaise: Identifying culturally based Facebook
friending strategies used by French and Americans
Genavee Brown, Universite Rennes 2, France
Nicolas Michinov, Universite Rennes 2, France
Joseph Trimble, Western Washington University, USA
15:30-17:00 Paper Session 4
Room: Small Hall 1B
29424 - 14:20-14:40
Societal differences in bridging social capital on social network
sites: Relational mobility as an explanatory factor
Robert Thomson, Hokkaido University, Japan
Adriana Manago, Western Washington University, United States
Chelsea Melton, Western Washington University, United States
13:50-15:20 Symposium Session 3
Room: 1204
25822 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF
CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE EDUCATION SYSTEM
(MOVED TO 09:00)
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
28497 15:40-16:00
Interaction with Host Country Nationals and Expatriate Cross
Cultural Adjustment: The Moderating Effects of Personality and
Ei
Hazel Melanie Ramos, University of Nottingham Malaysia
Campus, Malaysia
Kozue Ichikawa, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus,
Malaysia
Michael Mustafa, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus,
Malaysia
28548 16:00-16:20
Filial Obligations Toward Elderly Parents: Ethnic Differences in
Perceived Duty to Care
Juliette Schaafsma, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
15:30-17:00 Symposium Session 4
Room: Small Hall 1A
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29431
Chair: Huajian Cai, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, China
Co-Chair: Yu Luo, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, China
Presentation 1
Examining the Measurement Properties of the Rosenberg SelfEsteem Scale across Cultures
Hairong Song, University of Oklahoma, USA
Melanie Lewis,University of Oklahoma, USA
Dexin Shi, University of Oklahoma, USA
Xiaolan Liao,University of Oklahoma, USA
Susumu Yamaguchi, Nara University, Japan
Jonathon Brown, University of Washington. USA
28982 16:40-17:00
An Expatriate in Iceland: Adjusting to the New Culture
Svala Gudmundsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland
Audur Inga Isleifsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1101
25795 ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT AS PART OF OUR
ECOLOGY: ITS ROLE IN WHO WE ARE, HOW WE THINK,
AND WHAT WE DO
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25795
Chair: Ayse K. Uskul, University of Kent, UK
Discussant: Hazel Markus, Stanford University, USA
Presentation 2
The development of implicit self-esteem during emerging
adulthood: A longitudinal study in China
Yuqi Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Presentation 1
Farming cultivates a shared culture within a community:
Examining the macro-level effects with multilevel analysis in
farming and fishing areas
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Kosuke Takemura, Shiga University, Japan
Shintaro Fukushima, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
Presentation 3
Why do narcissists take more risks? Evidence from neural
response to outcome evaluation
Ziyan Yang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Ruolei Gu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Yuqi Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Presentation 2
The role of social interdependence in children’s responses
to ostracism situations: Evidence from farming and herding
communities
Ayse K. Uskul, University of Kent, UK
Presentation 4
‘Show me to my friends’: Narcissists are more likely to post
their selfies on social media
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28556 16:20-16:40
Do Native and Immigrant Students Differ in the Directionality
of the Relation Between Intrinsic Reading Motivation and
Reading Competence?
Ai Miyamoto, Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences
(BAGSS), University of Bamberg, Germany
Maximilian Pfost, University of Bamberg, Germany
Cordula Artelt, University of Bamberg, Germany
29431 APPROACHING SELF-POSITIVITY IN THE
EAST FROM MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES: CULTURAL
EQUIVALENCE, NEURAL MECHANISM, BEHAVIORAL
CORRELATES AND DEVELOPMENTAL TRENDS.
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Harriet Over, University of York, UK
Presentation 3
Disentangling effects of society-level wealth and individual-level
wealth on independence: An examination through regional
differences in China
Kosuke Takemura, Shiga University, Japan
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
Yanjun Guan, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Satoko Suzuki, Kyoto University, Japan
Presentation 4
How does a natural disaster change people’s preference?
Evidence from the convex time Budget experiments in the
Philippines and Japan
Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo, Japan
Yusuke Kuroishi, The London School of Economics and Political
Science, UK
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1102
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
29442 INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THEIR HOST
UNIVERSITIES: STUDYING ACCULTURATION AND
IMPROVING ADAPTATION THROUGH INTERVENTION
PROGRAMS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29442
Chair: Pawel Boski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Discussant: William Gabrenya, Florida Institute of Technology,
USA
Presentation 1
Cultural distance in Chinese and Ukrainian students adaptation
in Poland
Pawel Boski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Warsaw, Poland
Hngdi Ma, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Warsaw,
Poland
Yulia Hrysha, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Warsaw, Poland
Presentation 2
Asians in Australian Tertiary Education: Intercultural Relations
Factors in International Students’ Wellbeing
Anita S. Mak, Centre for Applied Psychology - University of
Canberra, Australia
Celine Wei, Centre for Applied Psychology - University of
Canberra, Australia
Presentation 3
Integration of international students in classroom: Strategies
and support by teachers and local students in Higher Education
Simran Vazirani-Mangnani, University of Valencia, Spain
Carmen Carmona, University of Valencia-CUDIDE Research
Group, Spain
Jose Vidal, University of Valencia-CUDIDE Research Group, Spain
Nerea Hernaiz-Agreda, University of Valencia-CUDIDE Research
Group, Spain
Inmaculada Lopez-Frances, University of Valencia, Spain
Maria Jesus Benlloch-Sanchis, University of Valencia, Spain
Presentation 4
Acculturation of international students, their well-being, and
academic achievement
Karolina Mazurowska, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Warsaw, Poland
Marta Penczek, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Warsaw, Poland
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1103
25827 CULTURE, CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25827
Chair: Letty Kwan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Discussant: Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Presentation 1
Unpacking the creative benefits of paradoxical frames:
Between- person and between-culture analyses
Angela K.-y. Leung, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Ella Miron-Spektor, Technion- Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Shyhnan Liou, National Cheng Kung University, Singapore
David Chan, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Brandon Koh, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Presentation 2
Cultural differences in group creativity process: A norm account
Shyhnan Liou, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Xuezhao Lan, University of Michigan, USA
Presentation 3
The effects of human capital and institutional support has on
country’s innovation output
Letty Yan Yee Kwan , Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1104
25819 THE INFLUENCE OF TRADITIONAL AMERICAN
CULTURAL PRODUCTS ON INTERGROUP ATTITUDES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25819
Chair Details: Andrea Denise Haugen, Texas A&M University,
USA
Co-Chair: Stacey Marie Rieck, Texas A&M University, USA
Presentation 1
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Racial Retrieval Cues Increase the
Accessibility of Freedom, Equality, and Justice
Nicholas J. Kelley, Northwestern University, USA
Phia S. Salter, Texas A&M University, USA
Luyen T. Thai, Texas A&M University, USA
Ludwin E. Molina, University of Kansas, USA
Presentation 2
Celebrate Diversity or Highlight History? The Consequences of
Black and White Black History Month Designs
Stacey M. Rieck, Texas A&M University, USA
Phia S. Salter, Texas A&M University, USA
Andrea D. Haugen, Texas A&M University, USA
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Presentation 3
If You’re Open to It, Cultural Engagement Can Decrease AntiImmigration Attitudes
Andrea D. Haugen, Texas A&M University, USA
Stacey M. Rieck, Texas A&M University, USA
Phia S. Salter, Texas A&M University, USA
Presentation 4
Pairing Historical Injustices with the National Flag: Implications
for Memory, Identity, and Injustice
Sahana Mukherjee, Gettysburg College, USA
Phia S. Salter, Texas A&M University, USA
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
24156 15:50The Effectiveness of Loving Kindness Meditation in Increasing
Optimism and Reducing Pessimism
Floria Hin Ngan Chio, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Winnie Wing Sze Mak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
24981 16:00Developing A Universal Prevention Curriculum to Prevent
Substance Misuse and Abuse
William D. Crano, Claremont Graduate University, USA
Zili Sloboda, Applied Prevention Science, USA
28106 16:10Japanese Spiritual Practices Facing Elder Care, Death, And
Bereavement
Carl B. Becker, Kokoro Research Centre, Kyoto University, Japan
Room: 1105
WELL-BEING
28558 15:40-16:00
Culture as a Moderator Between Relationship of Adult
Attachment and Life Satisfaction
Yang Anbo, East China Normal University, China
Dong Xie, University of Central Arkansas, USA
29032 16:20-16:40
The Psychological Consequences of Maximizing in Selecting
Friends and the Moderating Role of Relational Mobility
David B. Newman, University of Southern California, USA
Joanna Schug, College of William and Mary, USA
Junko Yamada, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
John B. Nezlek, College of William and Mary, SWPS University of
Social Sciences and Humanities, Poznań, USA
29135 16:40-17:00
Long-Term Care Among Older Migrants in Luxembourg: The
Importance of Social Relations on Well-Being
Anne Carolina Ramos, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Ute Karl, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1106
MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH
23167 15:40Strategies of Acculturation, Religious Orientations and Mental
Health in Economic Migrants
Justyna Kucharska, Regent’s University London, UK
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23929 17:00A New Perspective on Honor: Introducing a Framework
Relating Dishonor to Self-Esteem and Stigma
Yvette Van Osch, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Rob Ermers, Radboud University Nijmegen & Middle Eastern
Perspective, the Netherlands
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1108
COGNITION & PERCEPTION
23814 15:40-16:00
Literacy within a Language Affects Sentence Processing:
Evidence from Cantonese Speakers Living in Canada
Elena Nicoladis, University of Alberta, Canada
Pui Ting Chan, University of Alberta, Canada
24292 16:00-16-20
Implementing Cognitive Assessment in a Diverse Society
Enid Schutte, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
24394 16:20-16:40
How Perception of Social Environment Shapes Essentialist
Thinking about Social Categories- A Cross-Cultural
Comparison
Yian Xu, Northeastern University, USA
John D. Coley, Northeastern University, USA
27840 16:40-17:00
Attributional Reasoning: The Effects of Temporal Distance,
Agency Endorsement, And Culture
Yuk-yue Tong, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Nadhilla Melia, Singapore Management University, Singapore
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28807 16:00-16:20
The Second Step Towards an Ethno-Relative Way of Measuring
Happiness - The Varitation of Interdependent Happiness of
Families Across Cultures
Kuba Krys, Institute of Psychology, Polish Academy of Sciences,
Poland
Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
Colin Capaldi, Carleton University, Canada
Brian W. Haas, University of Georgia, USA
Martin Nader, Universidad ICESI, Colombia
Wijnand van Tilburg, King’s College London, UK
Yvette van Osch, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
28921 16:20Mental Health, Culture, And Migration History of British Indian
Adolescents
Nadzeya Svirydzenka, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK
Panos Vostanis, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK
Nisha Dogra, University of Leicester, Leicester, UK
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Room: 1109
MOTIVATION
24273 15:40-16:00
Relations Among Pessimism, Problem- Focused Strategy,
And Achievement Motivation a Cross-Cultural Comparison
Between Japanese, American and Filipino Students
Ai Fukuzawa, Kobe University, Japan
Danielle P. Ochoa, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
Apryl Mae Parcon, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
28659 16:00-16:20
Motives to Forgive Following a Violation of a Community Norm
Sylvia Huwaë, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Juliette Schaafsma, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28706 16:20-16:40
The Impact of Culture on Professional Motivation in Kazakhstan
Aizhan Turgumbayeva, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Aigerim Mynbayeva, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
Aigul Karimova, K.Zhubanov ARSU, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
Aiman Beknazarova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Aliya Massalimova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
28523 16:40-17:00
Instrumentality Salience on Consumer Perception of ValueViolating Brand Decisions
Ching Wan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Pamsy P. Hui, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Yuk-yue Tong, Singapore Management University, Singapore
15:40-17:10 Paper Session 4
Room: 1110
SELF/IDENTITY AND PERSONALITY
24073 15:40-16:00
Individual Differences, Music Preferences and the Use of Music
in Mood Regulation: Cross-Cultural Study.
Panida Yomaboot, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Andrew J Cooper, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
27338 16:00-16:20
Friend’s Positive Evaluation Benefits Westerners’ Friendship but
Harms Japanese Friendship
Toshie Imada, Brunel University London, UK
Patricia Rodriguez Mosquera, Wesleyan University, USA
Keiko Ishii, Kobe University, Japan
27822 16:20-16:40
Self-Construal and Locus of Control Moderate the Effects of
Mortality Salience on Self-Enhancement
Kristen N. S. Tang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Christian S. Chan, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Sally C. H. Shih, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
29087 16:40-17:00
Does Self-Construal Affect Worldview Affirmation After
Meaning Threats? Social Effects Reported More in Japan;
Personal Effects Reported More in Us
Masataka Nakayama, Kyoto University, Japan
Pamela Taylor, Kyoto University, Japan
Daniel Stancato, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Maria Monroy, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Dacher Keltner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
15:40-17:10 Symposium Session 4
Room: 1204
27467 WHY DO PEOPLE REACT SO DIFFERENTLY TO
NORM VIOLATIONS ACROSS CULTURES?
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission27467
Chair: Eftychia Stamkou, University of Amsterdam, the
Netherlands
Co-Chair: Michele J. Gelfand, University of Maryland, USA
Discussant: Fons Van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Presentation 1
Culture, Brain and Social Norm Detection
Yan Mu, University of Maryland, USA
Joshua Jackson, University of Maryland, USA
Michele J. Gelfand, University of Maryland, USA
Presentation 2
Tightness in public life: cultural differences in the organization
of public space and helping behavior towards stigmatized
individuals
Michele J. Gelfand, University of Maryland, USA
Marieke van Egmond, University of Hagen, Germany
Joshua Jackson, University of Maryland, USA
Presentation 3
When communal family men might be valued more than agentic
macho?
Natasza Kosakowska-Berezecka, University of Gdansk, Poland
Tomasz Besta, University of Gdansk, Poland
Saba Safdar, University of Guelph, Canada
Presentation 4
Rising to Power or Falling from Grace: Cultural Collectivism
and Tightness Moderate Responses to Norm Violators
Eftychia Stamkou, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Gerben A. Van Kleef, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Astrid C. Homan, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Michele J. Gelfand, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Diana Boer, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Marieke C. van Egmond, University of Hagen, Germany
Natasha Phiri, University of Oxford, UK
Nailah Ayub, King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Zoe Kinias, INSEAD, Singapore
Katarzyna Cantarero, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
Dorit Efrat-Treister, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Ana Figueiredo, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Hirofumi Hashimoto, University of Tokyo, Japan
Eva B. Hofmann, University of Vienna, Austria
I-Ching Lee, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
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TUESDAY POSTER SESSIONS
AUGUST 2
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall)
AGGRESSION
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
22486
The Role of Family, Environment and Religious Orientation on
Adolescents’ Aggressive Behavior
Oluwatomisin Ibilola Ajayi, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria
Gabriel Agboola Adetula, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria
24233
Assertiveness Among Indonesian-Chinese, Javanese, And Batak
Ethnic in Their Response Towards “Rubber Time”
Adilla Afiani, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Annisa Maulidya Chasanah, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Dhia Rahmi Putri, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
Dariatus Sa’diah, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
23791
Driving Anger Experience and Its Expression in China vs. Japan:
An International Cross-Cultural Comparison
Michael Oehl, Leuphana University Lueneburg, Germany
Stefan Brandenburg, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany
P. L. Patrick Rau, Tsinghua University, China
Zhi Guo, Tsinghua University, China
Taro Kanno, The University of Tokyo, Japan
27963
Collectivists Hate “”An Eye for an Eye””: How Collectivism
Moderates the Effect of Retributivism Rationale
Ryuichi Tamai, Nagoya University, Japan
Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
24231
Aggression and Acculturation of Ethnic Minority Youth: A
Canadian Study
Gira BhattI, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
Roger Tweed, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
Jodi Viljoen, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Kevin Douglas, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Nathalie Gagnon, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
Stephen Dooley, Simon Fraser University, Canada
23895
Processing Emotional Information: Do We Read the Face or
Body?
Lubna Ahmed, St Marys University Twickenham, UK
Bethany Lewis, St Marys University Twickenham, UK
Aspasia Paltoglou, Oxford Brookes University, UK
29104
Bullying: Promoting Teacher’s Readiness to Deal with Student
Bullying in Elementary Schools (Indonesian Issues)
Maria G. Adiyanti, Senior lecturer at Developmental Psychology,
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Andini Dwi Arumsari, Graduate student at Fac of Psychology
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
HanniaPerwitasari, Graduate student at Fac of Psychology
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Novendawati Wahyu Sitasari, Graduate student at Fac of
Psychology Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
COGNITION AND PERCEPTION
23946
Differences in Strategies Used for Selecting a Travel Destination
by Japanese and New Zealanders
Kohichi Sayama, Otaru University of Commerce, Japan
Juergen Gnoth, Otago University, New Zealand
24001
Multiple Effects of Eye-Gaze Direction on Interpersonal
Feelings
Michiru Otani, Osaka City University Graduate School, Japan
Tomoko Ikegami, Osaka City University Graduate School, Japan
ATTITUDE
24267
Broad or Narrow Interpretation of Causal Conditional
Depends on Cultural Contexts
Hiroko Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
Jun Kawaguchi, Nagoya University, Japan
23580
Who Cares? Attitudes of High School Students From Various
Countries towards Global and Domestic Environmental Issues
Kseniya Fomichova, University of Yamanashi, Japan
Taku Misonou, University of Yamanashi, Japan
28422
The Missing Link: Developmental Experiences and Their Role in
Studies of Social Cognition
Kim A. Bard, University of Portsmouth, UK
David A. Leavens, University of Sussex, UK
23759
The Role of Personal Judgment and Public Reputation in
Attitudinal Confidence: A Comparison Between Westerners
and East Asians
Yoko Sugitani, Sophia University, Japan
28477
What is the Maximum Number of “Not Recommended” You
Can Allow?: Cultural Differences in the Extent of Attribute
Framing Effect
Yeseul Nam, Yonsei University, South Korea
Haein Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea
Young-Hoon Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
23781
Corporate Branding, Brand Knowledge Sharing and Innovation
Performance: The Mediating Effect of Perceived Brand Support
Hsu-Hsin Chiang, National Hsinchu University of Education,
Taiwan
Aihwa Chang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Shian Han, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28488
Same Performance, Different Self-Judgment: A Cross-Cultural
Difference in the Effect of Audience Size on Perceived Social
Reputation and Self-Judgment
Minjae Seo, Yonsei University, South Korea
82
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall)
Young-Hoon Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
28741
Studying Counter Cultural Situations: Consequences for
Identity and Outgroup Evaluation
Tomasz Julkowski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Pawel Boski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland
28740
Facebook Usage Among Arab-Bedouin Youth in the Negev
Adnan Gribiea, Kaye Academic College of Education, Israel
Turky AbuAleon, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
COOPERATION & COMPETITION
22598
Gender Differences in Helping and Receiving Help Across the
United States and India
Salomi Aladia, University of Northern Iowa, USA
Helen C. Harton, University of Northern Iowa, USA
COMMUNICATION
22872
Same Meaning But Different Feelings: Different Expressions
Influence Satisfaction in Social Comparison
Yi Song, Peking University, China
Xiaofei Xie, Peking University, China
Hui Zhang, Peking University, China
24326
Uncertainty Avoidance and Cooperation: A Cross-Cultural
Study Between Japanese and Us College Students
Kodai Kusano, San Francisco State University, USA
David Matsumoto, San Francisco State University, USA
26363
Children’s Response to Limited-Resource Problems in Different
Cultures
Henriette Zeidler, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Esther Herrmann, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
Daniel Haun, Leipzig University, Germany
Michael Tomasello, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology, Germany
24307
Analysis of Personal Attitude Construct on the Nonverbal
Communication Style of Japanese Which Was Perceived by a
Polish Exchange Student
Tetsuo Naito, Fukushima College, Japan
24358
Dealing with Conflict: Couples’ Behavioral Strategies and Their
Relationship Outcomes in the US, Belgium and Japan
Alexander Kirchner, University of Leuven, Belgium
Michael Boiger, University of Leuven, Belgium
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium
28925
Right Person for the Right Position: Power Holder’s Lack of
Expertise Disrupts Group Cooperation
Konomi Tarui, Nagoya University, Japan
Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
MOTIVATION
24061
Intra-Cultural Research of Faculty Members’ Motivation in PostSoviet Kazakhstan
Aizhan Turgumbayeva, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Tolkyn Sagnayeva, Institute of Advance Qualification - Orleu,
Kazakhstan
Batima Tantybayeva, Amanzholov East Kazakhstan State
University, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
Aiman Beknazarova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
24402
Mediation: Conflict Resolution From Balinese Men Against
Immigrant
Kadek Fitriyanti, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu G.K. Widihapsari, Udayana University, Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
27288
Indirect Deterrence of Socially Inconsiderate Behaviors in a
Relationally or Residentially Stable Society
Satoko Tomono, Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University, Japan
28593
Parent-Child Communication in Adolescence and Young
Adulthood for Asian International and Asian American Students
Peiwen Tang, Bryn Mawr College, USA
Heejung Park, Bryn Mawr College, USA
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28812
Culture, Self, And Autonomy: The Eastern and Western
Responses to the Fundamental Challenge
Valery Chirkov, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
28966
Whether Achievement Motivation Has a Relationship with
Anxiety in an Athlete?
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
23786
Corporate Branding, Brand Knowledge Sharing Behavior and
Innovation Performance: The Moderating Effect of Brand
Commitment
Hsu-Hsin Chiang, National Hsinchu University of Education,
Taiwan
Tzu-Shian Han, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Aihwa Chang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall)
Andina Azmi Zhusifa, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
Haryanta, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
29073
Emotion Regulation, Regulatory Focus, Savoring, Work-Related
Rumination and Work Life Balance in Japan, Italy and Korea: For
the Next Survey
Miyuki Katayama, Toyo University, Japan
Kazuya Horike, Toyo University, Japan
Mia Takeda, Aoyama Gakuin, Japan
SELF/IDENTITY
28994
Biculturalism, Parent-Child Conflict, And Adjustment in Asian
Indian College Students
Vrinda Kalia, Miami University, USA
Vaishali Raval, Miami University, USA
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
PERSONALITY
22660
Comparison on the Personality of Junior High School Students
Between Cambodian and Japanese Through the Tree-Drawing
Test (Baumtest)
Saeko Kimura, Tokoha University, Japan
Tadahiro Sado, Tokoha University, Japan
22707
Cross-Cultural Differences in Daily Behavior Across 21
Countries
Gwen Gardiner, University of California, USA
Erica Baranski, University of California, USA
David Funder, University of California, USA
23868
Japanese People with Low Self-Control Accept Help From Dark
Triad Others
Yuri Tasaki, Hiroshima University, Japan
Ken’ichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
Mitsuhiro Ura, Otemon Gakuin University, Japan
23983
Roles of Defensive Pessimism, Social Skills, Self-Esteem, and
Shyness in the Process of Friendship Formation in Japan
Haruka Shimizu, Hiroshima University, Japan
Kenichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
24032
Depression and Negatively Distorted Meta-Perception of
Personality
Koun Jung, Korea University, South Korea
Minsu Cho, Korea University, South Korea
Yoobin Park, Korea University, South Korea
Seung Kyung Paek, Korea University, South Korea
Paloma Benavides, Korea University, South Korea
Seong Yeul Han, Korea University, South Korea
24151
Delay Discounting: A Changing State or a Stable Personality
Trait?
Marta Malesza, University of Warsaw, Poland
24152
Discounting Inventory: A Cross-Cultural Adaptations of the
New Instrument Measuring the Discounting Rate
Marta Malesza, University of Warsaw, Poland
24251
The Relationships among the Shyness, Social Media, and
Friendship Quality
Shao-Chun Chuang, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan
Kung-Yu Hsu, National Chung-Cheng University, Taiwan
24318
Effects of Mortality Salience and Meaning Violence on Desires
for Close Relationships Among Japanese Undergraduates:
Attachment Style as a Moderator
Akihiro Toya, Hiroshima University, Japan
Ken’ichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
28310
Comparing the Ambiguity Tolerance of Japanese and American
Students
Takanari Tomono, Miyagi Gakuin Women’s University, Japan
SOCIAL EXCHANGE
23842
Impact of Social Exchange and Power on Subordinates’ Behavior
Ying-Ni Cheng, National Defense University, Taiwan
SOCIAL ISSUES
22788
Effects of Multiple Minority Stress Among Asian Americans:
Preliminary Data
Cliff (Yung-Chi) Chen, Queens College, City University of New
York, USA
23768
Cyberbullying Among High School and University Students in
Ghana: Their Antecedents and Consequences
David L. Sam, University of Bergen, Norway
Delphine Bruce, University of Ghana, Ghana
Benjamin Amponsah, University of Ghana, Ghana
24237
Cultural Marginalization Risk in Brazilian and Japanese
University Students
Igor de Almeida, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
24306
The Social Implications of “Staying” Approach in Post-Disaster
Society: A Case Study From “Picturescue Movement”
Ryohei Miyamae, Osaka University, Japan
84
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall)
Tomohide Atsumi, Osaka University, Japan
Ezgi Tuna Kürklü, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
28027
Social Class and Reactions to Deprived Control: Is a Choice on
Behalf of a Group a Restriction of Personal Freedoms?
Charis Eisen, Kobe University, Japan
Keiko Ishii, Kobe University, Japan
Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Japan
23924
Meaning-Making of Negative Experiences and Socio-Emotional
Well-Being in European-American and Chinese Immigrant
Children
Jessie Bee Kim Koh, University of Alberta, Canada
Qingfang Song, Cornell University, USA
Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA
28412
A Case Study of the Concept That ‘People Cannot Afford
Disaster Prevention’ In Japan
Yosuke Inui, Osaka University, Japan
Tomohide Atsumi, Osaka University, Japan
24148
The Mediating Role of Self-Esteem on the Association Between
the Big Five Personality Traits and Psychological Well-Being
Kakanang Maneesri, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
28692
A Network Study of Okinawan Migrants’ Associations
(Kenjinkai) around the World
Junzo Kato, University of the Ryukyus, Japan
Naoka Maemura, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Japan
28841
Cross-Cultural Study of Children’s Memories of a Repeated
Event
Huan Huan Zhang, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Kim P. Roberts, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Yee-San Teoh, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
24214
The More (Social Group Memberships), The Merrier: Is This
the Case for Asians?
Melissa Xue-Ling Chang, University of Queensland, Australia
Jolanda Jetten, University of Queensland, Australia
Tegan Cruwys, University of Queensland, Australia
Catherine Haslam, University of Queensland, Australia
Nurul Praharso, University of Queensland, Australia
28847
Variation in Moral Intensity and Whistleblowing Behavior: A
Cross-Cultural Study of USA and Japan
Masahisa Yamaguchi, Shidler College of Business, USA
Dharm Bhawuk, Shidler College of Business, USA
WELL-BEING
22912
Cultural Coping with Multiple Work Stressors Among
Undergraduate Students
Ben C. H. Kuo, University of Windsor, Canada
Catherine T. Kwantes, University of Windsor, Canada
23715
Does Cognitive Reappraisal Predict Life Satisfaction in Japan and
the United States?
Gul Gunaydin, Bilkent University, Turkey
Emre Selcuk, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
23820
Predictors of Quality of Life in Arab and Canadian Youth:
Belongingness, Acculturation, and Interactions with Peers
Emily Kear, University of Windsor, Canada
Aranda Wingsiong, University of Windsor, Canada
Rosanne Menna, University of Windsor, Canada
Julie Hakim-Larson, University of Windsor, Canada
24476
Meditation and Mantric Poetry: A Qualitative, CrossDisciplinary Exploration of the Effect on Well-Being of an
American Secondary and Japanese Post-Secondary
Lunthita M. Duthely, University of Phoenix, USA
Harashita Sunaoshi, Waseda University, Japan
Olga Villar-Loubet, University of Miami, USA
25155
From Survival to Wellbeing: Good Practices on Inclusion and
Holistic Health with Older Somali Women in Helsinki, Finland
Ruth Franco, Lin Psychological Services, Käpyrinne ry, Finland
Hanna Rantala, Käpyrinne ry, Finland
Hamdi Moalim, Käpyrinne ry, Finland
27871
Lay Theories of Wisdom Across Cultures
Franki Y. H. Kung, University of Waterloo, Canada
Igor Grossmann, University of Waterloo, Canada
23908
Turkish Muslim Religious Healers: A Qualitative Investigation of
Hocas and Their Methods
Deniz Canel Çınarbaş, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Yağmur Ar, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
85
28445
Social Contact and Happiness Among Koreans: Friends Matter
More Under Financial Constraint
Jieun Shin, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South
Korea
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24372
Association between Condom-Use Negotiation Skills and
Actual Condom Use: Moderating Role of the Environmental
Context
Gloria Y. K. Ma, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Sherry X. Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Randolph C. H. Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Winnie W. S. Mak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 1: 09:00-10:30 (Exhibition Hall)
Jung Ki Kim, Pohang University of Science and Technology, South
Korea
Hwaryung Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea
Eunkook M. Suh, Yonsei University, South Korea
28450
Happy by Being Grateful: Effect of Culture, Moral Foundations
and the Reciprocity Norm on Self-Determined Motivation to
Express Gratitude
Claudia Gherghel, Shizuoka University, Japan
Takeshi Hashimoto, Shizuoka University, Japan
Dorin Nastas, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Romania
28560
The Social Support for Bereaved Chinese: From a Cultural
Relevant Perspective
LI Jie, Renmin University of China, China
LI Mei, Renmin University of China, China
Shi Kan, Renmin University of China, China
28979
Subjective Well-Being in Japan and Germany: A Cultural
Behavior Genetic Approach
Chizuru Shikishima, Teikyo University, Japan
Shinji Yamagata, Kyusyu University, Japan
Juko Ando, Keio University, Japan
Michio Naoi, Keio University, Japan
Hideo Akabayashi, Keio University, Japan
Elisabeth Hahn, Saarland University, Germany
Juliana Gottschling, Saarland University, Germany
Rainer Riemann, University of Bielefeld, Germany
29429
Health and Wellbeing
Alpana Vaidya, Symbiosis College of Arts & Commerce, India
Madhavi Tandon, Symbiosis Schools Central Directorate, India
George Koike, Fukuoka City Medical Association Hospital, Japan
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28609
Priming Relational Mobility: Examining the Impact of SelfEsteem on Happiness
Kosuke Sato, Nagoya University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
28682
Neuroticism is Less Detrimental to Happiness Under Pathogen
Threats: A Study of Korean Female Undergraduates
Hwaryung Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea
Ji-eun Shin, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Eunkook M. Suh, Yonsei University, South Korea
28780
The Influence of Cultural Values on Happiness and Achievement
Dana K. Donohue, Northern Arizona University, USA
28824
Is Freedom’s Effect Affected by the Wealth of Nations?:
A Multilevel Analysis of Interactions Between Well-Being
Predictors and National Income
Naoki Nakazato, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
Ken’ichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
28850
Positive Resources Toward Balancing Work and Family in DualEarner Families: A Family System Perspective
Shu-Wen Yang, National Changhua University of Education,
Taiwan
Shu-Chu Chao, National Changhua University of Education,
Taiwan
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POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall)
DEVELOPMENT
21517
The Impact of Self-Monitoring of Facebook Use on the
Self-Regulation of Filipino College Freshmen Students Using
Standardized Diaries
Annalyn De Guzman Capulong, University of the Philippines, the
Philippines
22339
How U.S. and Chinese Children Talk about Moral, Conventional
and Personal Choice
Xin Zhao, Cornell University, USA
Tamar Kushnir, Cornell University, USA
22631
University Students’ Reflections on Experiencing Wisdom in a
Mindfulness Course
Thao N. Le, University of Hawaii Manoa, USA
23902
The Relationship Between Over-Adaptation and Psychological
Stress in Japanese Junior High School Students
Junki Kazama, Nagoya University, Japan
Kenji Hiraishi, Nagoya University, Japan
23905
Accessing Children’s Social Constructional Pattern in
Cameroon Through Photo Elicitation Interviews
Sophia Becke, Goethe-University, Germany
Stephan Bongard, Goethe-University, Germany
Hans Peter Hahn, Goethe University, Germany
23969
How Japanese Mothers with Dissimilar Patterns of Cultural
Self-Construal to Cope with their Children’s Negative Emotions
Xiaoling Shi, Tokyo University of Social Welfare, Japan
24295
Helicopter Parenting and Chinese University Students’
Psychological Adjustment: The Role of Satisfaction of Need for
Autonomy
Qian Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Nini Wu, Guangdong University of Education, China
Zhimin Zeng, Guangdong University of Education, China
26304
Cross-Cultural Differences in Children’s Underlying Memory
Mechanisms
Hongyuan Qi, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
Kim P. Roberts, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada
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28711
The Role of Minority/Majority Status in Young Children’s Racial
Awareness and Social Preferences
Kyla P. McDonald, Ryerson University, Canada
Rebecca West, Ryerson University, Canada
Kathryn Harper, Ryerson University, Canada
Lili Ma, Ryerson University, Canada
29026
Comparison of Conflict Management Styles of Adolescents
Between Female and Male in China, Japan, South Korea, and the
United States
Noriko Hamaie, Nagoya University, Japan
Tatsuo Ujiie, Nagoya University, Japan
Jiro Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
Yukari Okamoto, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Yoshihiro Shima, Kagoshima University, Japan
Hiroki Maruyama, Aichi Shukutoku University, Japan
Patrick Pieng, California State University-Sacramento, USA
ECOLOGICAL APPROACHES
24384
Indirect Requests As the Strategy for Assessing Their Friend’s
Responsiveness
Makoto Hirakawa, Hiroshima University, Japan
Hiroshi Shimizu, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Mie Kito, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan
28662
Testing the Logical Validity of the Concept of Relational Mobility
Through Agent-Based Computer Simulations
Shuhei Tsuchida, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masanori Takezawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
28830
Conditional Familism? Predictors of Familism in Guatemala and
the U.S.
Sara Estrada-Villalta, University of Kansas, USA
Glenn Adams, University of Kansas, USA
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
23860
Parental Acculturation: Impact on Child’s Second Language
Development
Larissa Maria Troesch, University of Basel, Switzerland
Nina M. Proestler, University of Basel, Switzerland
Alexander Grob, University of Basel, Switzerland
27084
The Influence of Age on Experiencing Shame-Related Emotions
in A Mental Illness Situation
Hao Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Helene H. Fung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall)
EDUCATION
23718
Refugee Youth and Their Transition From School to Further
Education, Training and Employment
Tahereh Ziaian, University of South Australia, Australia
Emily Miller, University of South Australia, Australia
Helena de Anstiss, University of South Australia, Australia
Peter Squires, University of South Australia, Australia
Teresa Puvimanasinghe, University of South Australia, Australia
Maureen Dollard, University of South Australia, Australia
Adrian Esterman, University of South Australia, Australia
Helen Feist, University of Adelaide, Australia
Tamara Stewart-Jones, Multicultural Youth South Australia,
Australia
23935
College Academic Achievement: Testing a Structural Equation
Model Based on Ethnic Identity, Self-Efficacy, Adaptability, And
Personality Characteristics
Sheila K. Grant, California State University - Northridge, USA
David J-N. Maisson, University of Delaware, USA
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
23948
Comparing Self-Efficacy Beliefs Between American and Chinese
Students: A Qualitative Study
Jun Fu, Oklahoma State University, USA
24191
Content Analysis and Survey of Positive and Negative
Experiences of Coaches in Community Based Junior Sport
Clubs in Japan
Megumi M. Ohashi, Tokyo Future University, Japan
Estuko Togo, Tokyo Future University, Japan
Yujiro Kawata, Juntendo University, Japan
Yumiko Iume, Tokyo Future University, Japan
24405
Improving Childcare Quality in Japan: Learning From Strategies
Used in the United States
Naomi Watanabe, George Mason University, USA
Nobuki Kawasaki, Kansai University, Japan
24416
The Mediating Effects of Social Support on the Relationship
Between Life Stress and Smartphone Addiction Among Korean
Adolescents
Lihyo Sung, Women Migrants Human Rights Centre, South Korea
28418
The Different Roles of Phonological Awareness, Morphological
Awareness, Orthographic Awareness, and Rapid Naming in
Reading and Writing Chinese Words
Duo Liu, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
28677
Experiences at Home and Abroad: A Comparison of the
Learning Experiences of Chinese Students at Chinese and New
Zealand Universities
Lily Min Zeng, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Grace Wang, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Boaz Shulruf, University of New South Wales, Australia
31536
Cultural Factors Militating Against Pupils’ School Attendance
and Counseling in Jos North Primary Schools, Plateau State,
Nigeria: Improving Counseling Strategies
Grace Ohunene Momoh, University of Jos, Nigeria
GENDER
23667
Benevolent Sexism and Mathematics Aspiration of High School
Girls in Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
Kiriko Sakata, Hiroshima University, Japan
Kodai Fukudome, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yoshiya Furukawa, Hiroshima University, Japan
23992
Gender Differences of Amplifying Effect of Reciprocity Norm
on Relationship Between Sense of Contribution and HelpSeeking
Takeshi Hashimoto, Shizuoka University, Japan
28282
Culture and Gender Differences in the Influence of Emotion
Regulation Strategies on Internalizing Problem Behaviors in
Taiwanese Adolescents
Kuang-Hui Yeh, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica & National
Taiwan University, Taiwan
Olwen Bedford, University of Macau,China
Chih-Wen Wu, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan
University, Taiwan
Shu-Yi Wang, Indiana University, USA
Nai-Shing Yen, Department of Psychology, National Chengchi
University, Taiwan
28658 (Cancelled)
Do Sexist Individuals Preferentially Select Female Leaders to
Precarious Positions?
F. Pinar Acar, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
H. Canan Sümer, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
28760
More Money, More Babies, Or Less? Gender Moderates How
Reminders of Money Affect Procreation Interests
Yue Ting Woo, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Li Qin Tan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Albert Lee, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
28838
Evaluation of Close Relationships From the Culture: Influence of
MacHismo and Abnegation
Luz Maria Cruz-Martínez, Zaragoza Superior StudIes Faculty,
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Sofia Rivera Aragon, National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Mexico
Mirna Garcia Mendez, Zaragoza Superior StudIes Faculty,
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Rolando Diaz-Loving, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
88
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall)
29001
Changing Gender Roles and Feminity Ideals amongst Polish
Female Migrants in the UK, New Zealand/ Aotearoa (and
Japan): An Intersectional Perspective
Kinga Goodwin, UCL School of Slavonic and East European
Studies (SSEES), UK
24374
Immigrant Women’s Perception on Conflict
Ni Made Witami, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ni Wayan Sinthia Widiastuti, Udayana University, Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
GROUP PROCESSES
24377
Women Response on Immigrant Conflict
Ni Wayan Sinthia Widiastuti, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ni Made Witami, Udayana University, Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
28507
Free-Riding Problem in the Workplace: Interdependence,
Group Goals, And Cooperation
Mizuho Shinada, Tokyo Gakugei University, Japan
28733
Community Collectivism: How Fundamental Cultural Values
Explain Societal Attitudes
Birol Akkus, University of Groningen, Netherlands & Saxion
University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands
Tom Postmes, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
Katherine Stroebe, University of Groningen, the Netherlands
28819
The Effect of Social Sensitivity on Collective Intelligence: The
Moderation Effect of Task’s Verbal Superiority in Japanese
Culture
Koji Tsuchiya, Nanzan University, Japan
Chika Harada, Meijo University, Japan
25945
The Moderating Effect of Vertical Relational Identity on the
Dual Dimensions of Differential Leadership and Subordinate
Effectiveness
Pei-Ju Hsieh, LG Electronics, Taiwan
Wan-Ju Chou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Bor-Shiuan Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
29134
Amae as a Self-Critical View of Dependence Among the
Japanese
Motoko Harihara, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Mental & Physical Health
23412
Social Anxiety Among Chinese Immigrants: The Roles of
Personality, Culture and Context
Ke Fang, Skidmore College, USA
Myrna Friedlander, University at Albany, State University of New
York, USA
Alex L. Pieterse, University at Albany, State University of New
York, USA
INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGY
24127
What Does Depression Mean to You? A Cross-Cultural
Validation of the Depression Beliefs Questionnaire (Dbq)
Among Chinese, Chinese-Canadians and European-Canadians
Dan Tao, Concordia University, Canada
Jessica Dere, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
22879
Parental Conceptualization of Intelligent Behavior Among the
Tonga of Zambia: An Ethnographic Study
Bestern Kaani, University of Zambia, Zambia
Veronica Mulenga, University of Zambia, Zambia
24265
Balinese Men Perspective on Conflict with Local Community:
Phenomenological Study
Ida Ayu Mas Ganggadewi Dwijayanthi, Udayana University,
Indonesia
Kadek Yah Eni, Udayana University, Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
89
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28759
Emergence of Preferences for Centralized Leaders in Response
to Collective Threats
Irene Melani, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore
George I. Christopoulos, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore; Culture Science Institute,
Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore; Decision and Organizational Neuroscience Lab,
Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore
Ying-Yi Hong, CUHK Business School, Chinese University of
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Bobby K. Cheon, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore; Clinical Nutrition Research Center,
Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (A*Star), Singapore
24436
The Roles of Kelian Adat in Resolving Conflicts Among Bali’s
Society: Phenomenological Study
Atikah Fairuz Renggani, Udayana University, Indonesia
Desak Ulan Sukmaning Ayu,Udayana University, Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall)
24154
“Psychological First Aid”: The Missing Link in Disaster
Management in Ghana - The Unlearned Lessons
Collins Badu Agyemang, University of Ghana, Ghana
Ruth Opare-Sakyi, Methodist University College, Ghana
Nina Erryck, Methodist University College, Ghana
Vanessa Thompson, Methodist University College, Ghana
Asuquo A. Udofia, Methodist University College, Ghana
Adwoa Otuko Fosu, Methodist University College, Ghana
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24181
Agentic Themes in Fictional Narratives Predicted Depression
Minjoo Joo, Korea University, South Korea
Yoonyoung Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Koun Jung, Korea University, South Korea
Kyunghee Jeon, Korea University, South Korea
Kidong Bae, Korea University, South Korea
Taekyun Hur, Korea University, South Korea
24343
Psychological Aspects of Adolescent’s Suicidal Risks in Post
Soviet Kazakhstan
Alexina Li, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Kymbat Kanapiyanova, EKSU Amanzholov University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi KazNU, Kazakhstan
Maira Sutyeyeva, K. Zhubanov Aktobe Regional University,
Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Ainur Zholamanova, Kazakhstan School of Public Health,
Kazakhstan
Yelena Li, Turan University, Kazakhstan
28275
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Social Phobia: A Case
Report from India
Sabeen H Rizvi, Delhi University, India
28471
Effects of Depression and Hardiness on the Job Performance
Rating of Japanese Employees
Atsushi Kawakubo, Rikkyo University, Japan
Erika Miyakawa, Rikkyo University, Japan
Takashi Oguchi, Rikkyo University, Japan
28661
Culturally-Specific Responses to Childhood Autism in Guam
Brooke Pangelinan, University of Guam, USA
Iain K. B. Twaddle, University of Guam, USA
28786
Effectiveness of an Adolescent Coping with Depression Course
to Reduce Depression Among Adolescents with Immigrant
Background
Serap Keles, Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral
Development, Norway
Thormod Idsoe, Norwegian Center for Child Behavioral
Development, Norway
28798
Comparison on Pre-Competition Anxiety and Stress Level
Among Individual and Team Sport Athletes in Indonesia
Sarah Khairunnisa, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Haryanta, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
28928
The Effect of Group Sandplay Intervention on Implicit
Aggression of Junior Middle School Students
Zeng Xiang-Lan, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Yong Shao-Hong, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Ding Fen-Qin, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Cui Miao, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Wang Li-ping, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
28935
Cross-Cultural Challenges Encountered by Guam’s Military
Service Members
Danielle M. Concepcion, University of Guam, Guam
Iain K. B. Twaddle, University of Guam, Guam
29008
Cultural Variations in Daily Stress Experiences
Hajin Lee, University of Alberta, Canada
Takahiko Masuda, University of Alberta, Canada
29109
Understandings of Culture and Psychological Well-Being
Through the Creation of Poetry with Pakistani Men Living in the
UK
Qulsom Fazil, University of Birmingham, UK
Joanna Skelt, University of Birmingham, UK
Clare Barker, University of Leeds, UK
MORAL/JUSTICE
23749
Is Misfortune a Result of Past Misdeeds or Compensated for in
the Future?: Cultural Difference in Justice Reasoning
Aya Murayama, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Asako Miura, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
24255
How Upward Moral Comparison Influence Prosocial Intention:
Moral Identity As a Moderator and Guilt As a Mediator
Heyun Zhang, Beijing Normal University, China
Rong Wang, Nanjing Forestry University, China
Sisi Chen, Beijing Normal University, China
Jiang Jiang, Beijing Normal University, China
Yan Xu, Beijing Normal University, China
28504
The Relationship Between Moral Judgment and the
Determination of Appropriate Punishment
Sayaka Ishimaru, Yamaguchi University, Japan
Koji Kosugi, Yamaguchi University, Japan
28739
Excessive Attention to Physical Appearance Can Undermine
Morality
DaEun Han, Yonsei University, South Korea
Joo Lee, Yonsei University South Korea, South Korea
Young-Hoon Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
90
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 2: 12:00-13:30 (Exhibition Hall)
PHILOSOPHICAL/CRITICAL PSYCHOLOGY
28725
Comparing Research Trend of Homeless Persons with Mental
Disorder in Japan and the United States: A Systematic Review
Kai Seino, National Institute of Vocational Rehabilitation, Japan
Aoi Nomoto, National Institute of Vocational Rehabilitation, Japan
Yuichiro Haruna, National Institute of Vocational Rehabilitation,
Japan
Kohske Takahashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Takanori Oishi, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
Masaki Shimada, Teikyo University of Science, Japan
29080
Lancers Demographics: A Critical Survey of Online Users of a
Popular Japanese Crowdsourcing Website
Christopher Kavanagh, University of Oxford, UK
Robert Thomson, Hokkaido University, Japan
Masaki Yuki, Hokkaido University, Japan
RELIGION
28343
Making Sense of and Coping with Loss Due to Typhoons
Kyle Nico O. Ancheta, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
Margaux Betinna D. Lim, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
Angelo Linson D. Nicdao, University of the Philippines Diliman,
the Philippines
Olivia Anne D. Perez, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
RESEARCH METHODS
23744
A Free to Use Assessment of General Intellectual Functioning:
The Matrix Matching Task
Graham Pluck, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Andrea Gonzales, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Bernardo Ruales, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Ana Trueba, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
24203
Mixed-Methods Approach to the Cross-Cultural Equivalence in
Questionnaire: Evaluating the Japanese and English Versions of
the Taijin Kyofu Sho Questionnaire
Momoka Watanabe, Concordia University, Canada
Jun Sasaki, Osaka University, Japan
Biru Zhou, Concordia University, Canada
Laurence J. Kirmayer, McGill University, Canada
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
28070
The Unique Contribution of Psycho-Cultural Variables in
International Marketing Research: An Empirical Analysis of
Consumer Sales in More Than 50
Hester van Herk, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Ype H. Poortinga, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
29038
Psychological Experiment All Over the World: An
Interdisciplinary Collaboration
91
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28538
Religious Identity and Value Orientations in Different Religions
Shorokhova Valeria, Moscow State University of Psychology and
Education, Russia
Khukhlaev Oleg, Moscow State University of Psychology and
Education, Russia
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 3: 13:50-15:20 (Exhibition Hall)
ACCULTURATION/MIGRATION
23040
Motivation for Ethno-Cultural Continuity As Predictor of
Acculturation and Adaptation in Two Generations of Latvian
Russians
Tatiana Ryabichenko, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
Nadezhda Lebedeva, National Research University Higher School
of Economics, Russia
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
23583
A Safe Haven and a Secure Base in a New World: Investigating
the Role of Attachment in the Acculturation Process
Yasaman Soltani, Goethe University, Germany
Stephan Bongard, Goethe University, Germany
Rolf van Dick, Goethe University, Germany
23857
Mutual Intercultural Relations in Japan Society: Testing Mirips
Hypotheses among The Japanese People
Geonsil Lee, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Japan
John Berry, Queen’s University, Canada, National Research
University, Russia
23875
When Feeling Worse Off Abroad: The Effect of Relative
Deprivation on Acculturation Strategies
Zhechen Wang, University of Queensland, Australia
Nicolas Geeraert, University of Essex, UK
23887
The Influence of Nikkei on Cross-Cultural Adaptation among
Japanese People Living in Brazil
Koyuri Sako, Okayama University, Japan
Tomoko Tanaka, Okayama University, Japan
24180
Stigma Experienced by Migrant Workers in Macau
Xin Zhang, University of Macau, China
Peilian Chi, University of Macau, China
Gertina J. van Schalkwyk, University of Macau, China
24258
Conflict with Immigrants: Balinese Men Perspective
(Phenomenological Study)
Kadek Yah Eni, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Mas Ganggadewi Dwijayanthi, Udayana University,
Indonesia
Yohanes K. Herdiyanto, Udayana University, Indonesia
David Hizkia Tobing, Udayana University, Indonesia
Ida Ayu Hutri Dharasasmita, Udayana University, Indonesia
24278
Stigma-Related Stress and Coping Strategies Among Mainland
Migrant Workers in Macau
Haoting Chen, University of Macau, China
Peilian Chi, University of Macau, China
Hongfei Du, University of Macau, China
24290
Culturally Fit? Kindergarten Teacher’s Attitudes towards
Cultural Diversity, Cross Cultural Competencies, and Job
Satisfaction
Carolin Raihala, University of Trier, Germany
Tobias Dutton, University of Trier, Germany
24350
Empowering Denied Roots and Identity after a Forced
Displacement: The Chagossian Plight
Shailaja Baichoo, Université Lumière Lyon, France
26743
Developing a Measure of Australian Majority Group Members’
Expectations of Immigrant Acculturation Strategies in Public and
Private Domains
Beth Hazelden, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Justine Dandy, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Maria Allan, Edith Cowan University, Australia
28142
The Role of Coping in Psychological Adaptation of Brazilians in
the United States
Jesselyn Nayara Tashima, University of Brasi­lia, Brazil
28643
Towards a New Acculturation Framework: Construction
of National Boundaries and Negotiation of Organizational
Membership Status
Adam Komisarof, Keio University, Japan
28664
Internalizing Symptoms and Stressful Life Events in Spanish,
Colombian and Latino-Adolescents Living in Spain: A
Comparison Study
Kelly Romero-Acosta, Corporación Universitaria del Caribe
CECAR, Colombia
Teresa Corbella, Universitat Rovira y Virgili, Spain
Zahra Noorian, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
Estrella Ferreira, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
Edelmira Domenech-Llaberia, Universitat Autònoma de
Barcelona, Spain
28765
Globalization and Identity Development in Ladakh
Simon Ozer, Aarhus University, Denmark
Alan Meca, Miami University, USA
Seth J. Schwartz, Miami University, USA
28825
Acculturation of Interpersonal Values and Behavior: A Study of
Long-Term Foreign Residents in Japan
Mizuki Yamazaki, Tokyo City University, Japan
28942
Ethnic Identity of Bi-Racial Middle School Children on the
Landscape Montage Technique (LMT)
Ayumi Taba, Nagoya University, Japan
Jiro Takai, Nagoya University, Japan
92
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 3: 13:50-15:20 (Exhibition Hall)
28950
One Home Two Cultures. Adolescent Migrants in Germany
with Different Cultural Background and Legal Position Express
Their Impression by Fotos
Wolf Bernhard Emminghaus, German Red Cross, Germany
29147
A Two Country Analyses of Intergroup Perceptions and
Acculturation by Syrian Refugees and Host Residents in Turkey
and Germany
Falu Rami, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, USA
29157
The Adaptation Difficulties and Identity Strategies Among
Vietnamese Living in Poland
Maria Wiktoria Górecka, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
Joanna Kwiatowska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
CULTURAL NEUROSCIENCE
27979
An Investigation of the Relationship between Physiological and
Psychological Stress Patterns in a Cross-Cultural Sample of
Women in Canada
Cynthia Wan, University of Ottawa, Canada
Robin Beal, University of Ottawa, Canada
Danielle D’Amico, University of Ottawa, Canada
Richard Clément, University of Ottawa, Canada
Catherine Bielajew, University of Ottawa, Canada
EMOTION
22614
Leveraging Free Description Data to Investigate the Differences
Between Genuine and Posed Facial Expressions of Emotion
Shushi Namba, University of Hiroshima, Japan
Makoto Miyatani, University of Hiroshima, Japan
Takashi Nakao, University of Hiroshima, Japan
23107
Observers’ Emotional Experiences Towards the MH17 and
MH370 Tragedies
Khairul Anwar Mastor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
Haslina Muhammad, University of Malaya, Malaysia
Fatimah Wati Halim, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Malaysia
24051
Emotional Word Use and Longevity in Deceased Japanese
Business Leaders
Takeshi Nakagawa, Osaka University, Japan
Shoko Yamane, Kinki University, Japan
26108
The Priming Effects on Negative Emotion Recognition Among
Asian Americans
Sophia Chang, California State University at Northridge, USA
Azadeh Dadvand, California State University at Northridge, USA
Jose Arreola, California State University at Northridge, USA
Sun-Mee Kang, California State University at Northridge, USA
27402
A Cross-Cultural Examination of Positive Facial Emotion
Expressivity
Yae Bin Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
Soo Hyun Park, Yonsei University, South Korea
28006
Neural Underpinnings of Two Sides of Emotion
Sieun An, Peking University, China
Xiaochun Han, Peking University, China
Bing Wu, Beijing Military General Hospital, China
Xinhuai Wu, Beijing Military General Hospital, China
Michael Marks, New Mexico State University, USA
Shihui Han, Peking University, China
28179
Maternal Regulatory Attempts of Toddler’s Emotions in a Delay
of Gratification Context: Profiles of Romanian, Turkish, Israeli
Jewish and US Mothers
Wolfgang Friedlmeier, Grand Valley State University, USA
Feyza Corapci, Bogazici University, Turkey
Oana Benga, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
Jenny Kurman, Haifa University, Israel
Georgiana Susa, Babes-Bolyai University, Romania
28222
Negative Effects of Emotion Suppression Show the Same
Pattern and Underlying Mechanism Among Americans and
Hong Kong Chinese
Heewon Kwon, Yonsei University, South Korea
Young Hoon Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
28306
Trait Self-Control is Negatively Related to Emotion Variability
Michihiro Kaneko, Toyo University, Japan
Mayuka Minato, Toyo University, Japan
Gaku Kutsuzawa, Toyo University, Japan
Yuka Ozaki, Toyo University, Japan
Takayuki Goto, Kyoto University, Japan
Takumi Kuraya, Toyo University, Japan
93
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
24617
Interdependent Self-Construal Influences Medial Prefrontal
Activation during Decision-Making from Different Perspectives
Jie Chang, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Stefano Di Domenico, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Achala H. Rodrigo, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Anthony Ruocco, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
Jessica Dere, University of Toronto Scarborough, Canada
23921
Maternal Socialization of Facial and Vocal Expression of
Emotions and Children’s Emotion Knowledge: A Cross-Cultural
Investigation
Qingfang Song, Cornell University, USA
Yang Yang, Cornell University, USA
Qi Wang, Cornell University, USA
POSTERS LIST
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
Tuesday Poster Session 3: 13:50-15:20 (Exhibition Hall)
28485
A Turnabout in the Effects of Emotion Suppression on Mental
Health
Da Eun Han, Yonsei University, South Korea
So Eun Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
Young-Hoon Kim, Yonsei University, South Korea
INTERCULTURAL CONTACT
28496
Nanyang Facial Emotional Expression [N-Fee] Database Development and Validation
Yap Wei Jie, Decision and Organizational Neuroscience Lab,
Culture Science Institute, Nanyang Business School, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore
Elliot Chan, Culture Science Institute, Nanyang Business School,
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
George I. Christopoulos, Decision and al Neuroscience Lab,
Culture Science Institute, Nanyang Business School, Asian
Consumers Insight Institute, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore
27835
Investigations of the Causal Relationship Between the Images of
Nations/Citizens and the Sentiment Towards Other Citizens for
Korea and China
Kimihiro Shiomura, Ferris University, Japan
Jiwon Shin, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan
28541
Study of Emotional Burnout of Emergency Employees in the
Context of Their Professional Deformation
Shakhinur Ganiyeva, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
Alena Garber, Interkulturelle Weiterbildungsgesellschaft e.V.,
Germany
Bibymariya Myrzatayeva, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Gulmira Kudebayeva, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Zhannat Sardarova, Makhambet Utemisov WKSU, Kazakhstan
28700
Does Victim Forgiveness Alleviate Perpetrator’s Guilt?
Yoshiya Furukawa, Hiroshima University, Japan
Ken’ichiro Nakashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
Yasuko Morinaga, Hiroshima University, Japan
28719
Differences in Emotional Intelligence in Russian and Azerbaijani
Cultures
Alina Pankratova, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Evgeny Osin, Higher School of Economics, Russia
Dmitry Lyusin, Higher School of Economics, Russia
28791
Emotional Display Rules in China, Japan and USA
Jie Deng, Brunel University London, UK
Tara Marshall, Brunel University London, UK
29162
Who I Am Depends on Where I’m From...And How I Feel:
Affective Influence on Self-Perception in Chinese and American
Samples
Guanyu Liu, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Linda M. Isbell, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
Qiuli Ma, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA
24270
Generational Differences in Language Fluency and Identity of
Okinawan Migrants
Naoka Maemura, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Japan
28456
The Role of Country Competence in the Effectiveness of
Culturally Polite Communication
Dongmei Li, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong
Letty Y-Y Kwan, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
28926 (Cancelled)
The Study of Social Attitudes and Preferences in Marriage on
Post-Soviet Kazakhstan
Gulbakhram Saitova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
29140
Responses Embedded in Culture: A New Cultural Measure for
Creativity
Kathryn Anbe, University of Hawaii, USA
LANGUAGE
24055
A Reading Model From the Perspective of Japanese
Orthography: Connectionist Approach to the Hypothesis of
Granularity and Transparency
Mutsuo Ijuin, Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Japan
Taeko N. Wydell, Brunel University London, UK
24499
A Psychological and Pedagogical Analysis of Students’ Attitude
Towards English Language in the Frames of Multilingual
Education System
Yadykar Abdirakhmanova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Assel Stambekova, Zhetysu State University, Kazakhstan
Shynar Ungarbayeva, Zhetysu State University, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
Yelena Li, Turan University, Kazakhstan
94
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 3: 13:50-15:20 (Exhibition Hall)
25954
The Development of English Word Reading Through Spelling in
Chinese Children Learning English As a Second Language
Dan Lin, Centre for Brain and Education, The Hong Kong Institute
of Education, Hong Kong
Yingyi Liu, Centre for Brain and Education, The Hong Kong
Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Huilin Sun, Centre for Brain and Education, The Hong Kong
Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Richard Kwok Shing Wong, Centre for Brain and Education, The
Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
Susanna Siu-sze Yeung, Centre for Brain and Education, The Hong
Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong
28673
Does Text Direction Affect the Way in Which Japanese People
Perform Tasks?
Sayaka Suga, Aichi Gakuin University, Japan
27652
The Impact of Situated Identity in a Public Domain: University
Adjustment and Well-Being Among Second Generation
Immigrants
K. Jacky Chan, University of Ottawa, Canada
Jessie Moorman, University of Ottawa, Canada
Marta Y. Young, University of Ottawa, Canada
Noor Sharif, University of Ottawa, Canada
28842
Too Exhausted to Do it? Maybe Your Self-Evaluation is Not
Involved: The Priority of Self-Regulation
Chien-Ru Sun, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Hui-Tzu Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Ia-Sin Hong, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28916
Implicit Self-Esteem in Korea: Using Various Implicit Measures
Joo Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea
Tsutomu Fujii, Sungshin Women’s University, South Korea
SELF/IDENTITY
22699
Other People’s Freedom: Vicarious Reactance and Culture
Verena Graupmann, DePaul University, USA
Eva Jonas, University of Salzburg, Austria
28945
Autonomy Reexamined: A Clinical Case Study of a Jamaican
Client in the United States
Gen Nakao, Graduate School of Human and Environmental
Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
22784
My Buddy is Really Kind, I Am Kind, But Others Aren’t: A
Retake on Japanese Self-Enhancement and Self-Criticism
Yu Niiya, Hosei University, Japan
Kanna Sugiyama, Hosei University, Japan
29041
Values, Identities, and Experiences of Domestic and
International College Students with Chinese and Korean
Backgrounds
Heejung Park, Bryn Mawr College, USA
23998
Ambivalent Attachment Amplifies the Deteriorating Effect of
Self-Discrepancy on Self-Acceptance
Ayuko Hokao, Osaka City University, Japan
Tomoko Ikegami, Osaka City University, Japan
STEREOTYPE/PREJUDICE/DISCRIMINATION
23999
A Survey Study on Relationships Among Face Needs, Approval
Needs and Self-Esteem: Comparison Between Japanese and
Chinese
Pingping Lin, Kobe University, Japan
Kiyoshi Maiya, Kobe University, Japan
21122
Feature-Based Biases in Black Americans: Evidence from Focus
Groups
Elena V. Stepanova, The University of Southern Mississippi, USA
Nao Hagiwara, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
23166
Sources of Fear Related to the Refugee Crisis and It’s Effects on
Willingness to Accept Them
Marta Penczek, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Maria Kryńska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Polan
24164
Youtube Communities As Cultural Settings for Identity
Development Among Emerging Adults: An Ethnography
Michele N. Cantwell, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
95
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
29160
Multilingual Stroop Task
Joanna Kwiatowska, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Łukasz Kmiotek, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,
Poland
Maria Wiktoria Górecka, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poland
Paweł Boski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Poland
24443
Filipino Adolescents’ Experiences of Instrumental
Parentification: Relations with Psychological Well-Being, Filial
Obligation, and Possible Selves
Margaret Nicole A. Dizon, Ateneo de Manila University, the
Philippines
Harmony Kay O. Carolino, Ateneo de Manila University, the
Philippines
Marie Amanda Frances E. Cruel, Ateneo de Manila University, the
Philippines
Edith Liane P. Alampay, Ateneo de Manila University, the
Philippines
POSTERS LIST
23798
Defensive Response to Stereotype Threat Among Thai Female
Employees: The Effects of Social Comparison and Sexism
Prapimpa Jarunratanakul, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Kamonkan Chinchang, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
24195
A Test of Stereotype Content Model in Japan
Isao Sakuma, Bunkyo University, Japan
27956
Comparison of Physiognomic Beliefs in Japan and the United
States
Atsunobu Suzuki, Nagoya University, Japan
Saori Tsukamoto, Nagoya University, Japan
Yusuke Takahashi, Kyoto University, Japan
28595
Adoption Stigma in Japan As Perceived by Japanese Adoption
Mediators
Lorinda R. Kiyama, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
The Psychoscapes of Dubbing Disney
David Pomatti, Aichi Gakuin University, Japan
28896
How the Stereotype Threat Influences Women’s Leadership
Aspiration and Work Motivation in Japan
Pei-Chen Chou, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Koji Murata, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
28947
Extending Emotions in Mobilizing Collective Action: Comparing
Anger, Shame, and Hope in Japan, The Philippines, and Australia
Makiko Deguchi, Sophia University, Japan
Danielle P. Ochoa, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Phillippines
Eric Julian Manalastas, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Phillippines
Andrea Zdral, The University of Queensland, Australia
Winnifred Louis, University of Queensland, Australia
28766
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
Tuesday Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall)
CULTURAL/SOCIAL CHANGE
24016
Cultural Patterns to Suicide in Guam: Preliminary Findings
From Suicide Autopsy Research
Jean M. Macalinao, University of Guam, USA
Iain K. B. Twaddle, University of Guam, USA
Donald H. Rubinstein, University of Guam, USA
Morael B. T. Escalona, University of Guam, USA
Archie C. Matta Jr., University of Guam, USA
Maia G. Orino, University of Guam, USA
24363
He for She: Leveraging Male Privilege to Support Collective
Action for Gender Equality in Chinese Culture
Randolph C. H. Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
Winnie W. S. Mak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Gloria Y. K. Ma, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Sherry X. Yang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
28193
Perceived Cultural Change, Interpersonal Relationships and
Well-Being in South Korea
Joonha Park, Nagoya University of Commerce and Business,
Japan
Vinai Norasakkunkit, Gonzaga University, USA
28452 (New)
Harmony in the Home: Effects of Parental Child-Rearing
Disagreement on Early Childhood Behavior Problems in Turkey
Cagla Giray, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Jedediah Wilfred Papas Allen, Bilkent University, Turkey
Hande Ilgaz, Bilkent University, Turkey
28265
Characteristics and Patterns of Uncommon Names in PresentDay Japan
Yuji Ogihara, University of California Los Angeles, USA
28941
Rising Individualism in China: Comparison of Cultural Change
Theories
Zihang Huang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Ke Wang, Wuhan University, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
28993
Emerging Individualism and Affectionate Communication in
China
Yuting Tan, Xiamen University, China
Michael Shengtao Wu, Xiamen University, China
Chan Zhou, Beijing Normal University, China
32437
Generational Shifts in Epistemology among Bedouins in Israel
Turky Abu-Aleon, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Michael Weinstock, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
Adriana Manago, Western Washington University, USA
Patricia Greenfield, UCLA, USA
27425
Icelandic National Culture Compared to National Cultures of 25
OECD Member States Using VSM94
Svala Gudmundsdottir, University of Iceland, Iceland
96
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall)
Gylfi Dalmann Adalsteinsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
Þórhallur Gudlaugsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
23717
The Role of Perceived Partner Responsiveness in Hedonic and
Eudaimonic Well-Being: A Comparison of Japan and the United
States
Emre Selcuk, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Duygu Tasfiliz, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Gul Gunaydin, Bilkent University, Turkey
CULTURE AND EVOLUTION
22732
A Behavior Genetic Study of Horizontal and Vertical
Individualism and Collectivism
Yu L. L. Luo, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Zihang Huang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Huajian Cai, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
24049
Narcissism and Investment Model: An Experimental Approach
Se Heon Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Yong Hoe Heo, Korea University, South Korea
Joane Adeclas, Korea University, South Korea
Sun Kyung Lee, Korea University, South Korea
Jun Kyu Lim, Korea University, South Korea
Hong Se Eun, Korea University, South Korea
Sun Woong Park, Korea University, South Korea
23776
Pathogen Stress, Institutions, and Collectivistic/Individualistic
Forms of Cooperation
Yutaka Horita, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
Masanori Takezawa, Hokkaido University, Japan
22768
A Case Study of “Pay-It-Forward” In Post-Disaster
Communities in Japan
Hiroaki Daimon, Osaka University, Japan
Tomohide Atsumi, Osaka University, Japan
24092
The Influence of Romantic Relationship on Cross-Sex
Friendship Among Hong Kong Young Adults
Sze Man Lam, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Dehui Ruth Zhou, Hong Kong Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
24413
Collective Mobilization and Multiculturalism: Perceived
Emotional Synchrony and Intergroup Relationships
Anna Wlodarczyk, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Larraitz Zumeta, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Nekane Basabe, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Magdalena Bobowik, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Dario Páez, University of the Basque Country, Spain
24215
Spouse Selection Criteria in Iran: Does Gender Matter?
Amirreza Talaei, University of Windsor, Canada
24256
The Implications of Social Skills on the Formation of
Relationships between Indonesian Muslims and Japanese
Sachiko Nakano, Okayama University, Japan
Tomoko Tanaka, Okayama University, Japan
28940
The Intra-Generational Differences of Cultural Adaption of
Eco-Migrants in the West Arid Zones of China
Ding Fengqin, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Cui Miao, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Yong Shaohong, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Zeng Xianglan, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
24309
“Nommunication” of Japanese Students in Europe: Affect
of Attitude on Behavior Exhibited in Alcohol Based Social
Situation
Hirokatsu Tetsukawa, Okayama University, Japan
Tomoko Tanaka, Okayama University, Japan
24492
How to Respond to Your Love? Universal and Cultural
Differences in Perceived Responses to Good News Disclosure
on Psychological Well-Being
Ka I Ip, University of Michigan, USA
Fiona Lee, University of Michigan, USA
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS
22186
Ethnic and Gender Differences in Sexual Behaviors among
College Students
Charles T. Hill, Whittier College, USA
22530
Belonging Support Matters More for Blood Pressure and Affect
in Interdependent Contexts
Kimberly Suzanne Bowen, The University of Utah, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University Kokoro Research Center, Japan
97
25968
Anxiety-Attachment and Avoidance-Attachment Orientation
as Predictors of Dysfunctional Relationship Beliefs
Apryl Mae C. Parcon, University of the Philippines Dilman, the
Philippines
26086
The Relationship Between Materialism and Gift Type: The
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
INTERGROUP RELATIONS
24060
Coparenting Processes in the Us and Turkey: Triadic
Interactions Among Mothers, Fathers, and 3-Month-Old
Infants
Selin Salman-Engin, Bilkent University, Turkey
James McHale, University of South Florida, USA
Nebi Sumer, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Ece Sagel, Ege University, Turkey
25714
Why Feeling Good About Oneself is So Important: Cultural
Perspectives
Yumin Deng, Shen Wai International School, China
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall)
Mediation Effect of Social Comparison
Dian Gu, Beijing Normal University, China
Zhuo Wang, Beijing Normal University, China
Jiang Jiang, Beijing Normal University, China
27600
The Different Leadership Styles Affecting Stress and Well-Being
Levels on Guam Residence
Jake Galvez Scott, University of Guam, Guam
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
28444
Mexican’s Emotional Regulation Strategies and Marital
Satisfaction by Gender
Sofía Rivera-Aragón, National Autonomous University of Mexico,
Mexico
Rolando Díaz-Loving, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Claudia Ivethe Jaen-Cortez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Gerardo Benjamín Tonatiuh Villanueva-Orozco, National
Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
Luz Maria Cruz-Martinez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Angelica Romero Palencia, Autonomous University of Hidalgo’s
State, Mexico
28681
Effort to Buy a Gift Affects Estimates of Recipients’
Appreciation
Yuta Kawamura, Kyoto University, Japan
Takashi Kusumi, Kyoto University, Japan
28746
The Relationship Between Closeness and Understanding
Toward Family: Comparing Sex and Residence Status Perceived
by Japanese University Students
Yusuke Kataoka, Nagoya University, Japan
Koji Tsuchiya, Nanzan University, Japan
Kazuhiko Kusumoto, Nanzan University, Japan
28811
Interdependence is Related to Death Anxiety in Japanese
Cultural Context
Atsuhiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
28875
A Comparison of in-Group Interpersonal Relationships
Between China and Japan
Wang Qiao, Kyoto University, Japan
She Chumei, Kyoto University, Japan
Chan Sitong, Kyoto University, Japan
ORGANIZATION/WORK
23309
Towards a Socio-Cultural Approach to Studying Consumer
Creativity
Marie Taillard, ESCP Europe, UK
Benjamin G. Voyer, ESCP Europe & London School of Economics,
UK
23310
A Cross-Cultural Perspective on Stakeholder and Brand
Identity Co-Creation: The Cric Framework
Benjamin G. Voyer, ESCP Europe & London School of Economics,
UK
Minas Kastanakis, ESCP Europe, UK
Ann Kristin Rhode, ESCP Europe, UK
23986
Culture, Engagement and Leadership in Organisations
Luz Maria Cruz-Martínez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Nicsia Montaño Lopez, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Zueyzen Fonseca Cruz, National Autonomous University of
Mexico, Mexico
Lucía Rivera, Reddin Consultants, Mexico
24011
Work-Family Demands, Work-Family Resources, and WorkFamily Conflict: The Moderating Effects of Gender Role Beliefs
and a Three-Way Interaction
Yen-Ru Lai, Minghsin University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
Ting-Ting Chang, Lunghua University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
Hsin-Pei Wu, Asia University, Taiwan
Chih-Chia Chen, Minghsin University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
Chia-Yi Chuang, Minghsin University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
24118
Applicant Faking Behavior in the United States and Japan
Yumiko Mochinushi, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
Yukiko Yoshita, Towers Watson, Japan
Richard L. Griffith, Florida Institute of Technology, USA
24179
Pluralistic Ignorance About Inclusive Climate in Organization:
The Effects of Personal Attitudes Toward Diversity and the
Estimated Attitudes of Others
Ikutaro Masaki, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Yukiko Muramoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
24249
The Role of Diversity Policies on the Prejudice, Organizational
Behaviors and Well Being of Employees in Luxembourgish
Organizations
Pascal Tisserant, Université de Lorraine, France
David Bourguignon, Université de Lorraine, France
Stéphane Leymarie, Université de Lorraine, France
24319
Cultural Orientation, Cultural Intelligence and Success in SelfEmployment
Martin Mabunda Baluku, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany
Kathleen Otto, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany
Edward Bantu, Kisii University, Kenya
24335
Differential Leadership and Employee Satisfaction
98
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall)
Chun-Ru Lai, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Chia-Hua Lin, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Shao-Chun Chuang, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
Ding-Yu Jiang, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
25804
Investigating Merit Pay Across Countries and Territories: Initial
Evidence and Cross-Nation Evaluation from the IMPACT
Project
Claudio V. Torres, University of Brasilia, Brazil
Atul Mitra, University of Northern Iowa, USA
Yoshio Yanadori, University of South Australia, Australia
25824
What would be the problems of interpreting and comparing
scores of psychological measures in applied settings across
different countries?
Naoya Todo, Information and society research division, National
Institute of Informatics, Japan
Cheng Wang, Recruit Management Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan
Shino Sako, Recruit Management Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan
Yutaro Sakamoto, Recruit Management Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan
Shiho Imashiro, Recruit Management Solutions Co., Ltd., Japan
26452
Are You a Procrastinator? The Impact of Types of
Procrastinators on Perceived Negative Emotions and Different
Sources of Pressures
Chun-Hung Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28667
Evaluation of a Smart Care Cart: Acceptance and Stress
Experience in Dealing with Service Robotics in Healthcare
Manfred Bornewasser, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-University of
Greifswald, Germany
28704
The Impact of Paternalistic Leadership on Meaningfulness of
Work: The Mediating Effect of Work Purpose and Positive SelfPerceptions
Bing-Yi Yang, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
Tzu-Ting Lin, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
28768
From Guyub to Professional Culture: Change Management to
Increase Quality of Work Life
Verina Halim Secapramana, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
Eko Nugroho, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
V. Heru Hariyanto, University of Surabaya, Indonesia
28871
99
28873
Testing a Moderated Mediation Model of Transformational
Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: The Role
of Organizational Identification and Interdependent SelfConstrual
Fumiaki Katsumura, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Satoshi Akutsu, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Jack Ting-Ju Chiang, Peking University, China
28938
Faith, Fitting in and Hybrid Human Resource Management: A
Qualitative Study of Employees’ Organisational Commitment
Within Two British Multi-National Corporations
Nathalie van Meurs, Middlesex University, UK
Abdullah Alfadhel, Independent Scholar, UK
29005
National Culture Value Profiles and Military Officer Candidates
an Explorative Study in the Norwegian Armed Forces
Jan O. Heimdal, Rino B. Johansen & Thomas H. Fosse, Norwegian
Defence College University, Norway
SOCIAL EXCHANGE
22873
Lower Self-Control Increases Altruism in Crisis Situations
Jingyu Li, Peking University, China
Yi Song, Peking University, China
Xiaofei Xie, Peking University, China
Xi Lu, Peking University, China
24391
Being Rejected or Ignored: How Culture Influences Responses
to Different Types of Social Exclusion
Chin Ming Hui, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Liman Man Wai Li, Sun Yat-Sen University, China
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
Daniel Molden, Northwestern University, USA
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
25914
Interpersonal Segmentation: The Concept, Measurement, and
Effect
Chung-Jen Chien, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Bor-Shiuan Cheng, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
The Moderating Effect of Interdependent Self-Construalin
the Case of the Causal Relationship From Job Satisfaction to
Organizational Commitment
Satoshi Akutsu, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Fumiaki Katsumura, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Shinobu Kitayama, University of Michigan, USA
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
POSTERS LIST
Tuesday Poster Session 4: 15:40-17:10 (Exhibition Hall)
VALUES/NORMS
22696
Generalized Trust and Caution Across Cultures: A
Comparative Study of Geographic Regions
Catherine T. Kwantes, University of Windsor, Canada
Arief Kartolo, University of Windsor, Canada
Twiladawn Stonefish, University of Windsor, Canada
Yohannes A. Chekole, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia
22701
The Cultural Context of Self-Esteem: Valuing Independence and
Interdependence
Alexander W. Krieg, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Yiyuan Xu, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
Hanna O. Krieg, University of Tokyo, Japan
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2
23522
Values and Variation in Cultural Meaning of Attitudes the Case
of Attitudes Towards Homosexuality in Europe
Vladimir Ponizovskiy, Higher School of Economics, Russia
Lusine Grigoryan, Higher School of Economics, Russia
23832
The Effects of Relational Mobility on Reputation Estimation and
Normative Behavior
Shuma Iwatani, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Yukiko Muramoto, The University of Tokyo, Japan
23885
Regional Differences Regarding Independence and
Interdependence in a Japanese Sample
Hirofumi Hashimoto, Yasuda Women’s University, Japan
Toshio Yamagishi, Hitotsubashi University, Japan
27479
Cohesion between the Dimensions of Russian Culture and
Organizational Cultures
Vera Khotinets, Udmurt State University, Russia
28108
Psychological Insights Into Responsible Bioethics From a
Japanese Perspective
Carl B. Becker, Kokoro Research Centre, Kyoto University, Japan
28797
Cultural Universality or Cultural Variation? Empirical Survey
and Critique of the Rationality of the Most Universally Applied
Individualism-Collectivism Dimension
Ling-Li Chen, National University of Defense Technology, China
Sheng-Hua Jin, Beijing Normal University, China
Wen Liu, Hunan First Normal University, China
Haiyan Xie, National University of Defense Technology, China
28923
Shared Commercial Culture Value: An Anthropological Study
of the Endogenous Mechanism of the Islamic Food Safety in Hui
Nationality
Yong Shao-Hong, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Cui Miao, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Li Hai-yang, Health and Family Planning commission of the
Ningxia Autonomous Region, China
Ding Fen-Qin, School of Education, Ningxia University, China
Zen Xiang-lan,School of Education, Ningxia University, China
23950
Value Congruence in Gen Y Employees: Mediated Moderation
Effects of Affective and Cognitive Components and Paternalistic
Leadership on Attitudinal Outcomes
Lau P. Victor, Hang Seng Management College, Hong Kong
Wong Yin Yee, UNSW, Australia
24376
Bribe-Giving As a Strategy Balance with Economy Benefit and
Norm
Tian Lan, Beijing Normal University, China
Zilin Yan, Beijing Normal University, China
Rong Li, Beijing Normal University, China
Ying-yi Hong, Beijing Normal University, China, The Chinese
University of Hong Kong
24404
Pluralistic Ignorance in Descriptive Norms: The Effect of
Visibility of the Behavior
Fumio Murakami, Nara University, Japan
25801
What Was School Like for You? Narratives of Secondary
School Experiences among Young Adults of German and
Turkish Heritage in Germany
Ursula Moffitt, University of Potsdam, Germany
Linda Juang, University of Potsdam, Germany
Moin Syed, University of Minnesota, USA
100
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST 3
Wednesday at a Glance
GREAT HALL
SMALL HALL A
SMALL HALL B
1101
1102
1103
25785
Cognition
25831
Well-being
29423
Goals
25783
Not by Attitudes
Masuda
(Symposium)
Uchida
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Okabayashi
(Symposium)
Torres
(Symposium)
De Leersnyder
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
25788
Language
25793
Organization
25792
Culture and
Identity
Imai
(Symposium)
Savani
(Symposium)
Break
Break
Break
Lunch
Lunch
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
8:40
9:00
9:15
9:30
9:45
25832
Stereotype/Prejud Adjustment and
ice/Discrimination Accommodation
10:00
10:10
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
25780
Subjective
Well-being
Zemojtel-Piotrows
ka
(Symposium)
Chen
(Symposium)
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15
Keynote
13:30 Tanaka-Matsumi
13:45
13:50
Break
14:00
14:30
Walter Lonner
14:45 Lecture & Closing
15:00
Kirmayer
15:15
15:30
Wednesday at a Glance
1104
Mental &
Physical Health
1105
Rapid Papers
1106
Rapid Papers
(Paper)
Break
Break
Mental &
Physical Health
Acculturation
(Paper)
(Paper)
Break
Rapid Papers
1108
1110
1204
Moral/Justice
Social Issues
29419
Acculturation
(Paper)
(Paper)
Jasini
(Symposium)
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Emotion
(Paper)
Stereotype/Preju
dice/Discriminati Values/Norms
on
(Paper)
(Paper)
1208
Intercultural
Contact
Intercultural
Contact
(Paper)
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
Break
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
08:40-10:10 Paper Session 1
Room: Great Hall 2F
25785 CURRENT ADVANCES IN RESEARCH ON CULTURE
AND COGNITION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25785
Chair: Takahiko Masuda, University of Alberta, Canada
Co-Chair: Lijun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
Discussant: Incheol Choi, Seoul National University, South Korea
Presentation 1
Cultural Psychology of Time
Lijun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
Presentation 2
Cultural Differences in the Representativeness Heuristic:
Expecting a Correspondence in Magnitude Between Cause and
Effect
Roy Spina, University of Chichester, UK
Lijun Ji, Queen’s University, Canada
Presentation 3
The Influence of Cultural Thinking Styles on Resource
Allocation between European Canadians and East Asians
Liman Man Wai Li , Sun Yat-sen University, China
Takahiko Masuda, University of Alberta, Canada
Takeshi Hamamura, Curtin University, Australia
Keiko Ishii, Kobe University, Japan
Presentation 4
Culture and Attention: Investigating Correlations between
Three Cultural Tasks.
Takahiko Masuda, University of Alberta, Canada
Liman Man Wai Li , Sun Yat-sen University, China
Room: Small Hall 1B
STEREOTYPE/PREJUDICE/DISCRIMINATION
23411 08:40-09:00
Gender Stereotypes about Math Ability in Germany and Japan
Laura Froehlich, University of Hagen, Germany
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Sarah E. Martiny, UiT The Arctic University of Norway, Norway
Gisela Trommsdorff, University of Konstanz, Germany
23856 09:00-09:20
Comt Gene Polymorphism and Prefrontal Cortex Activity
Affect Individual Differences in Racial Categorization Threshold
Hiroyo Fujita, Kyoto University, Japan
Michio Nomura, Kyoto University, Japan
26115
09:20-09:40
Perceptions of The Warmth and Competence of Minorities,
and Subsequent Employability
Tatiana Basáñez, University of Southern California, USA
William D. Crano, Claremont Graduate University, USA
28915 09:40-10:00 (Cancelled)
Intercultural Study of Stereotypes About Female Roles in Family
Gulbakhram Saitova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Danna Naurzalina, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Mariyam Bapayeva, Kazakh Woman’s Pedagogical University,
Kazakhstan
Olga Aimaganbetova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University,
Kazakhstan
Yelena Li, Turan University, Kazakhstan
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
Room: Small Hall 1A
25831 CULTURAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF WELL-BEING
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25831
Chair: Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Presentation 1
Navigating the Narrow Channel Between Cultural Bias and
Feckless Relativism in the Study of Well-Being
Michael A Bishop, Florida State University, USA
Presentation 2
Is religion good for your health and well-being?
Ronald Fischer, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Denmark/
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Presentation 3
The interdependence of happiness: Its measurement validity and
concept application
Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
Room: 1101
25832 ADJUSTMENT AND ACCOMMODATION
STRATEGIES ACROSS CULTURES AND LIFE STAGES
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25832
Chair: Hideki Okabayashi, Meisei University, Japan
Co-Chair: Beth Morling, University of Delaware, USA
Discussant: Beth Morling, University of Delaware, USA
Presentation 1
Actor and partner effects of self-regulations on emotional wellbeing among Japanese older couples
Hideki Okabayashi, Meisei University, Japan
Presentation 2
Dealing with conflict: Coping strategies of mothers and their
adolescent daughters in Belgium and Japan
Michael Boiger, University of Leuven, Belgium
Alexander Kirchner, University of Leuven, Belgium
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan, Belgium
Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium
Presentation 3
The acceptance of limited control ability and fit-focused
secondary control
Akiko Takemura, Jin-ai University, Japan
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Co-Chair: Krishna Savani, Nanyang Business School, Singapore
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1102
29423 INTERPERSONAL AND LIFE GOALS AROUND THE
WORLD: EFFECTS ON EMPLOYEE INNOVATION AND
WELL-BEING
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29423
Chair: Claudio Torres, Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil
Discussant: Michael H. Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Conciliating innovation and well-being in the workplace: The
route of compassionate goals in different Latin cultures
Juan Pablo Roman-Calderon, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Ariane Corradi, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil
Francois Courcy, Univesite de Sherbrooke, Canada
Veronique Dagenais-Desmarais, Universite de Montreal, Canada
Maria Cristina Ferreira, Universidade Salgado de Oliveira, Brazil
Jose Maria Leon-Perez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain
Helenides Mendonca, Universidade Catolica de Goias, Brazil
Ana Junca Silva, Instituto Universite rio de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL),
Portugal
Claudio Torres, Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil
Presentation 2
It’s a matter of compassion: The moderating effect of
organizational innovation practices on the relationship between
compassionate goals and innovative behavior in Colombia and
Brazil
Juan Pablo Roman-Calderon, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Claudio Torres, Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil
Ana Junca Silva, Instituto Universite rio de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL),
Portugal
Presentation 4
Committing to Work at the Expense of other Life Pursuits? The
link between Subjective Well-being and an Individual’s Relative
Centrality of Work in 32 Nations
Qing Lu, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Xu Huang, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong
Michael H. Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
Room: 1103
Presentation 1 Influence of Salient Cultural Contexts on Emotional Experience:
Experimental Evidence of Emotional Frame Switching among
Turkish-Belgian Biculturals
Jozefien De Leersnyder, University of Leuven, Belgium Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium Presentation 2 Thinking like Americans versus liking American culture: Two
domains of acculturation and their mechanisms
Xiaoming Ma, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Amanda Eggen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Yuri Miyamoto, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA Presentation 3 Role of Implicit Processes in Cultural Learning Krishna Savani, Nanyang Business School, Singapore Michael W. Morris, Columbia University, USA Scott Barry Kaufman, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Presentation 4
Parents, a boon or bane? Differential effects of childhood
parental attachment on acculturation in adulthood
Desiree Y. Phua, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Michael J. Meaney, McGill University, Canada Ying-yi Hong, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
08:40-10:10 Paper Session 1
Room: 1104
MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH
23490 08:40-09:00
Depression Among Javanese: Universal and Unique Symptoms
Herlina Siwi Widiana, Monash University, Australia, Ahmad
Dahlan University, Indonesia
22585 09:00-09:20
A Cross-Cultural Longitudinal Examination of the Effect of
Cumulative Adversity on the Mental and Physical Health of
Older Adults
Yuval Palgi, University of Haifa, Israel
Amit Shrira, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
24302 09:20-09:40
Testing the Mediating Role of Anger Rumination and
Dissociative Somatic Symptoms in the Emotional Cascade
Model of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury: A
Liu Xiaoliu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Leung Freedom Yiu-kin, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,
Hong Kong
28272 09:40-10:00
Delusional Ideation in Indian Females : Preliminary Findings
Sabeen Hasan Rizvi, University of Delhi, India
Rajendra Kumar Misra, Mental Health Consulting Services, Inc.,
USA
25783 NOT BY ATTITUDES ALONE: THE ROLE OF
EMOTION, SELF-CONSTRUAL, COGNITION, AND
ATTACHMENT IN ACCULTURATION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25783
Chair: Jozefien De Leersnyder, University of Leuven, Belgium
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
Presentation 3
When and how do innovative Brazilians and Colombians
flourish at work? Test of a moderated mediation model
Claudio Torres, Universidade de Brasilia, Brazil
Juan Pablo Roman-Calderon, Universidad EAFIT, Colombia
Maria Cristina Ferreira, Universidade Salgado de Oliveira, Brazil
Helenides Mendonca, Universidade Catolica de Goias, Brazil
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
08:40-10:10 Rapid Paper Session 1
Jonatan Eto, Nagoya University, Japan
Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University, Japan
Room: 1105
08:40-10:10 Rapid Paper Session 1
Room: 1106
STEREOTYPE/PREJUDICE/DISCRIMINATION/SOCIAL
ISSUES
23132 08:40Experiences of Perceived Subtle Discrimination by Migrants and
Refugees in Australia
Rakshinda Kabir, Monash University, Australia
24263 08:50The Dampening Effect of Awe on Corrupt Intention: The
Mediating Role of Psychological Entitlement
Huanhuan Zhao, Beijing Normal University, China
Yan Xu, Beijing Normal University, China
Heyun Zhang, Beijing Normal University, China
23849 09:00Effect of Imagined Contact on Attraction to Unattractive
Women
Yong Hoe Heo, Korea University, South Korea
Se heon Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Paloma Benavides, Korea University, South Korea
Sun Kyung Lee, Korea University, South Korea
Jun Kyu Lim, Korea University, South Korea
Taekyun Hur, Korea University, South Korea
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
28307 09:10Parental Divorce During Adolescence: A Qualitative
Exploratory Study of Chinese Adolescents in Macao
Stella Yue Chen, University of Macau, Macao
Gertina J. Van Schalkwyk, University of Macau, Macao
24373 09:20Positive and Negative Components of Self-Compassion and
Affiliate Stigma among Caregivers of Children with Physical
Disability
Gloria Y. K. Ma, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
Winnie W. S. Mak, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
28702 09:30Greece: Social Axioms of Primary Education Students During
Crisis
Penny Panagiotopoulou, University of Patras, Greece
28848 09:40Anticipated Stigma and Ally Collective Action in Japan, The
Philippines, And New Zealand
Makiko Deguchi, Sophia University, Japan
Eric Julian Manalastas, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
Danielle P. Ochoa, University of the Philippines Diliman, the
Philippines
Tamara Qumseya, Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand
Winnifred Louis, University of Queensland, Australia
28864 09:50The Effect of Need for Uniqueness and Gender Identification
on the Interpretation of Japanese Female Positive Stereotype in
Communication Contexts
STEREOTYPE/PREJUDICE/DISCRIMINATION/SOCIAL
ISSUES
22101 08:40- (Cancelled)
Relationship between Personality and Interpersonal Conflict
Resolutions among Adolescents in Indonesia
Andi Tenri Faradiba, University of Pancasila, Indonesia
Sherly Saragih Turnip, University of Indonesia, Indonesia
22694 08:50Narcissism and Ideal Self-Affirmation on Facebook: A CrossCultural Comparison
Yokfah Isaranon, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Madoka Kumashiro, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
Jonathan Freeman, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK
24037 09:00Narcissism and Clothing Style
Minsu Cho, Korea University, South Korea
Seeun Hong, Korea University, South Korea
Seungkyung Paek, Korea University, South Korea
Joane Adeclas, Korea University, South Korea
Kyunghee Jeon, Korea University, South Korea
Taeksu Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Sunwoong Park, Korea University, South Korea
24063 09:10Substaintiating the Rural-Urban Dichotomy in Personality
Dispositions: Investigating an Academic Cohort
Rajneesh Choubisa, BITS Pilani, India
28944 09:20Judging an Integrated Personality Dimension in the ZeroAcquaintance Judgment Context - A Cultural Comparison
Study
Jiahui Lu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Lin Qiu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Bin Ke, National University of Singapore, Singapore
24188 09:30The Perceptions of Competence of Prosocial and NonProsocial Actors
Ikumi Futamura, Nagoya University, Japan
28666 09:40What is a Prosocial Way in an Interdependent Cultural
Context? - Interdependent Cultural Value Inhibits Selfishness
Hitoshi Tominaga, Kyoto University, Japan
Nobuhito Abe, Kyoto University, Japan
Yukiko Uchida, Kyoto University, Japan
24137 09:50How Do Members Deal with the Dual Roles in the CrossWorkgroup Collaborations? An Analysis of the Patterns of
Members’ Interaction
Ming-Yen Lee, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Tzu-Yi Yang, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Claire Ko, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
28697 09:40-10:00
Prejudice/Discrimination Mothers of International Marriages
Face in Japan
Isao Fujioka, Doshisha University, Japan
08:40-10:10 Paper Session 1
Room: 1108
MORAL/JUSTICE
08:40-10:10 Symposium Session 1
23613 08:40-09:00
Separation of Church and State: Moral Foundations, Religiosity,
and Moralized Issues in The Philippines
Danielle P. Ochoa, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
Diwa Malaya Quiñones, University of the Philippines, the
Philippines
Christie P. Sio, University of the Philippines, the Philippines
24386 09:00-09:20
Does the Moral People Have a Certain Preference for the
Principle Ideology? The Effect of Moral Identity on Principle
Ideology (Vs. Expedient Ideology) In Different Culture:
Dialecticism as a Moderator
Cheng Qi, Beijing Normal University, China
Xu Yan, Beijing Normal University, China
Wang Xinrui, Beijing Normal University, China
Yu Miao, Beijing Normal University, China
Room: 1204
29419 ACCULTURATION - A PROCESS OF CHANGE
TAKING PLACE AT THE LEVEL OF CROSS-CULTURAL
INTERACTIONS AND FRIENDSHIPS
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission29419
Chair: Alba Jasini, University of Leuven, Belgium
Co-Chair: Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium
Discussant: Hazel Markus, Stanford University, USA
Presentation 1
Initial Mainstream Cultural Orientations Prospectively Predict
Early Social Participation in the Mainstream Cultural Group
Marina M. Doucerain, Universite du Quebec - a Montreal, Canada
Sonya S. Deschenes, McGill University, Canada
Jean-Philipppe Gouin, Concordia University, Canada
Catherine E. Amiot, Universite du Quebec - Montreal, Canada
Andrew G. Ryder, Concordia University, Canada
27523 09:20-09:40
Moral Intuitions and Victim Fabrications in Moral Judgment
Process of Muslim Adults
Beyza Tepe, Bahcesehir University, Turkey
Zeynep Ecem Piyale, Isik University, Turkey
Selcuk Sirin, New York University, USA
Lauren Rogers-Sirin, The City University of New York, USA
28388 09:40-10:00
Cultural Bases of Moral Ethics: Perceptions of Morality in Japan
and in the United States
Akiko Matsuo, Nagoya University, Japan
Minoru Karasawa, Nagoya University, Japan
Vinai Norasakkunkit, Gonzaga University, USA
Kazutoshi Sasahara, Nagoya University, Japan
Rishemjit Kaur, Nagoya University, Japan
Presentation 3
Situated Ethnic Identity Profiles, Identity Fluctuations and
Bicultural Conflict
Kimberly Noels, University of Alberta, Canada
08:40-10:10 Paper Session 1
Room: 1208
Room: 1110
NTERCULTURAL CONTACT
SOCIAL ISSUES
22630 08:40-09:00
Mindfulness and Social Justice: A Phenomenological Study with
Vietnamese Youth & Adult Cyclo Drivers
Thao N. Le, University of Hawaii Manoa, USA
21227 08:40-09:00
Are Social-Service Students More Positive towards Cultural and
Sexual Minorities than Hard-Science Students?
Hisham M. Abu-Rayya, University of Haifa, Israel, La Trobe
University, Australia
22158 09:00-09:20
If You Have a Neighbour, You Know Each Other, It’s Like a
Family: Examining Social Bridging From Refugees in Australia
Aparna Hebbani, University of Queensland, Australia
Val Colic-Peisker, University of Queensland, Australia
Mairead MacKinnon, University of Queensland, Australia
22709 09:00-09:20
Family Functioning in Filipino Families with Recently Abused
Children
Faridah Kristi Cabbigat, Macquarie University, Australia
Maria Kangas, Macquarie University, Australia
25423 09:20-09:40
Assessment and Evaluation of Multiculturalism Depiction in
Russian News Media
Alena Khaptsova, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Russia
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22198 09:20-09:40
Polyculturalism and Assimilation, Which is More Effective? The
Effect of Context and Lay Theory of Ethnicity on Cross-Ethnical
Interaction
Yu Hai-Tao, Shihezi University, China
Jin Sheng-Hua, Beijing Normal University, China
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
08:40-10:10 Paper Session 1
Presentation 2
Acculturation to Whom? Emotional Fit to Proximal and Distant
Majorities.
Alba Jasini, University of Leuven, Belgium
Jozefien De Leersnyder, University of Leuven, Belgium
Batja Mesquita, University of Leuven, Belgium
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
24119
09:40-10:00
Polyculturalism and Postcolonial Attitudes in Hong Kong,
Indonesia, Macau, And Malaysia
Allan B. I. Bernardo, University of Macau, Macau
Maria Guadalupe C. Salanga, De La Salle University, the
Philippines
Tjipto Susana, Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia
Bonar Hutapea, Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia
Aqeel Khan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia
Susanna S. Yeung, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong
Kong
10:30-12:00 Symposium Session 2
Room: Great Hall 2F
25788 THE RELATION BETWEEN CULTURE, LANGUAGE
AND COGNITION
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25788
Chair: Mutsumi Imai, Keio University, Japan
Presentation 1
Cultural differences in delay discounting of gain and loss
Keiko Ishii, Kobe University, Japan
Presentation 2
On cultural conceptions of human-nature relationship
Yoshihisa Kashima, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Paul Bain, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Presentation 3
Culture, Communication and Thought
Chi-yue Chiu, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Presentation 4
Relation between culture, language and thought
Mutsumi Imai, Keio University, Japan
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
10:30-12:00 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1A
25793 CHALLENGES FACING ORGANIZATIONS ACROSS
NATIONAL BOUNDARIES: AUTONOMY, TRUST, BIAS,
AND DIVERSITY
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25793
Chair: Krishna Savani, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore
Presentation 3
When Multiculturalism Backfires: From Cultural Ideologies to
Organizational Outcomes
Melody M. Chao, Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology, China
Justin P. Brienza, University of Waterloo, Canada
Franki Y. H. Kung, University of Waterloo, Canada
10:30-12:00 Symposium Session 2
Room: Small Hall 1B
25792 CULTURE AND IDENTITY IN A GLOBALIZING
WORLD
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25792
Chair: Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University,
Hong Kong
Discussant: Michael Harris Bond, Hong Kong Polytechnic
University, Hong Kong
Presentation 1
Examining the Role of Cultural Identity Styles in the Process of
Acculturation and Adaptation
Colleen Ward, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Agnes Szabo, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Caroline Ng Tseung-Wong, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Uma Bhowon, University of Mauritius, Mauritius
Presentation 2
Multiple identities in conflictual contexts
Gabriel Horenczyk, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Yoav S. Bergman, Ariel University, Israel
Presentation 3
Feel American, Eat American? Remote Acculturation to U.S.
Culture and Unhealthy Eating in Jamaica
Gail M. Ferguson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Hui Chu, Purdue University North Central, USA
Maria I. Iturbide, Humboldt State University, University of Illinois
at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Henna Muzaffar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Julie Meeks Gardner, University of The West Indies, Open
Campus, Jamaica
10:30-12:00 Symposium Session 2
Room: 1103
25780 SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING - CONCEPTUALISING
AND MEASUREMENT ACROSS CULTURES
Presentation 1
Behavioral Indicators of Supervisor Trust across Cultures
Varying in Power Distance
Arzu Wasti, Sabanci University, Turkey
Jaee Cho, Columbia University, USA
Krishna Savani, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Hwee Hoon Tan, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Michael W Morris, Columbia University, USA
Details: abstracts.iaccp2016.com/submission25780
Chair: Magdalena Zemojtel-Piotrowska, University of Gdansk,
Poland
Co-Chair: Jaroslaw Piotrowski, University of Social Sciences and
Humanities, Poznan Campus, Poland
Discussant: Hidefumi Hitokoto, Kyoto University, Kokoro
Research Center, Japan
Presentation 2
Addressing Prevalence in the Workplace: Role of Cultural
Preferences and Norms
Aneeta Rattan, London Business School, UK
Presentation 1
Using psychometric scales as children’s Subjective Well-Being
indicators in cross-cultural analysis
Ferran Casas, University of Girona, Spain
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
Presentation 2
What Accounts for the Variations of Children’s Subjective WellBeing across Countries? : A Decomposition Method Study
Bong Joo Lee, Seoul National University, South Korea
Presentation 3
Measurement of subjective well-being across countries: The
comparison of psychometric properties and structural validity
of PWI, PANAS, SWLS and MHC-SF in 30 countries
Jaroslaw Piotrowski, University of Social Sciences and Humanities
in Poznan, Poland
Magdalena Zemojtel-Piotrowska, University of Gdansk, Poland
Evgeny Osin, National Research University Higher School of
Economics, Moscow, Russia
Joanna RĆ³Å¼ycka-Tran, University of Gdansk, Poland
Anna Wlodarczyk, University of the Basque Country, Spain
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1104
MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH
Kendall Soucie, University of Windsor, Canada
Refa Laith, University of Windsor, Canada
Cicelia Atilade, University of Windsor, Canada
Siqi Huang, University of Windsor, Canada
Ibukunoluwa Opeyemi Adekoya, University of Windsor, Canada
24166 11:10-11:30
Immigrants’ Identity: A New View on the “Marginalized Type”
Débora B. Maehler, Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences,
Germany
10:30-12:00 Rapid Paper Session 2
Room: 1106
CULTURAL/SOCIAL CHANGE
23611 10:30I Prefer Disruptive Innovation: Residential Stability and the
Word-Of-Mouth Communication
Kenichi Ito, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Jun Min Low, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
23825 10:40Culture As a Barrier to Individual and Group Action on Climate
Change: A Systematic Review
Natasha Koustova, University of Windsor, Canada
28574 10:30-10:50 (Cancelled)
Phenomenological Realities of Slum Dwellers: A Narrative
Analysis
Megha Singh, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India
Pallavi Bhatnagar, University of Lucknow, India
23951 10:50Culturally Adaptive Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for the
English Speaking Caribbean Community in Toronto, Canada
Natasha Browne, Browne Psychology Professional Corporation,
Canada
28785 10:50-11:10
The Effect of Indonesian Traditional Games to Internet
Addiction Tendencies among Indonesian Children
Gandes Nawangsari, Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta,
Indonesia
23517 11:10-11:30
Effects of Yoga Nidra on Physical and Psychological Health
Rajnish Chandra Tripathi, Government Girl’s Degree College,
India
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1105
ACCULTURATION
23302 10:30-10:50 (Cancelled)
What Makes Cultural Education Meaningful for Students? A
Case Study Approach
Benjamin G. Voyer, Europe & London School of Economics, UK
22913 10:50-11:10
Testing a Cultural Model of Coping with Academic Stress in a
Canadian Undergraduate Sample
Ben C H Kuo, University of Windsor, Canada
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24111
11:10Cultural Value Differences in Europe: Converge or Divergence?
Plamen Akalisyki, University of Oslo, Norway
24133 11:20An Exogenous Transformation: The Modifications of the
Functions of a Corporation Under Chinese Culture
Ming-Yen Lee, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Claire Ko, Chien Hsin University of Science and Technology,
Taiwan
Tzu-yi Yang, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
Nguyen Quynh Trang, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan
24395 11:30Gender and Personality Differences in Perceiving Female
Attractiveness on Social Network Sites
Janet, Che Fong I, Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
Zhou Dehui, Shue Yan University, Hong Kong
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
26941 11:30-11:50
The Effect of Javanese Gratitude Interventions on Psychological
Recovery of Survivors (Children, Adult, And Elderly) After
Mount Merapi Eruption
Listyo Yuwanto, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Surabaya,
Indonesia
Cyntia Maria Poedjianto Adi, ILS+ Community Responsibility
Program, Indonesia
23957 11:00Change in Goal Orientation of Korean High School Athletes: A
Cross-Temporal Meta-Analysis, 1999-2014
Yoobin Park, Korea University, South Korea
Taek-Su Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Kidong Bae, Korea University, South Korea
Yoonyoung Kim, Korea University, South Korea
Minjoo Joo, Korea University, South Korea
Seong-Yeul Han, Korea University, South Korea
SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
33123 11:40A World of Three Cultures
Miguel E. Basáñez, The Fletcher School, Tufts University, USA
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1108
EMOTION
24291 10:30-10:50
Emotion Regulation and Chinese Adolescents’ Psychosocial
Adjustment: A Longitudinal Investigation in Hong Kong and
Mainland China
Qian Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Florrie Fei-Yin Ng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong
Kong
24364 10:50-11:10
The Role of Different Cultural Dimensions in Emotional
Expression: Evidence From the Language of Social Media
Pan Liu, Singapore Management University, Singapore
David Chan, Singapore Management University, Singapore
Lin Qiu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Michal Kosinski, Stanford University, USA
David J. Stillwell, University of Cambridge, UK
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
24398 11:10-11:30
Universal Appraisals and Cultural Tendencies in Sympathy:
Responses to Suffering in the United States and China
Jennifer L. Goetz, Centre College, USA
Kaiping Peng, Tsinghua University, China
24438 11:30-11:50
Further Evidence for Novelty as the Fourth Dimension in the
Emotion Domain
Johnny R. J. Fontaine, Ghent University, Belgium & North West
University, South Africa
Christelle Gillioz, University of California, USA
Efrata Kristina, Ghent University, Belgium
Cristina Soriano, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Klaus R. Scherer, University of Geneva, Switzerland, University of
Munchen, Germany
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1110
STEREOTYPE/PREJUDICE/DISCRIMINATION
23682 10:30-10:50
Four Dimensions of Stereotypes: Evidence from Romania and a
Seven-Culture Test of Structure Reliability
Adrian Stanciu, BIGSSS, Germany
Christin-Melanie Vauclair, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa,
Portugal
Yasin Koc, University of Sussex, UK
Diana Miconi, University of Padova, Italy
Diana Farcas, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Resit Kislioglu, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany
Nicole Rodda, Groupe de Rechrche Apprentissgae et Contexte,
France
Workers in China
Zhechen Wang, University of Queensland, Australia
Jinghui Zhang, Claremont Graduate University, USA
24445 11:10-11:30
The Interplay Between Status of Old People and National
Wealth on Older People’s Self-Rated Health Across 57
Countries
Nicole Fasel, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Christin-Melanie Vauclair, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa,
Portugal
Sibila Marques, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
Maria L. Lima, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal
28753 11:30-11:50
Universality of Body Shape-Based Impression Formation in the
East and the West
Ryuta Same, Nagoya University, Japan
Tasuku Igarashi, Nagoya University, Japan
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1204
VALUES/NORMS
23838 10:30-10:50
Chinese and Caucasian, Who is More Long-Term Oriented?
Zhijie Dai, Harbin Engineering University, China
Randolph C. Grace, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Xianwen Song, Harbin Engineering University, China
23557 10:50-11:10
Moral Awareness of Turkish, Dutch, and Turkish-Dutch
Adolescents in Relation to Parental Monitoring and Conduct
Problems
Maike Malda, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Ildeniz Arslan, Leiden University, the Netherlands
Paul Vedder, Leiden University, the Netherlands
25141 11:10-11:30
Intergenerational Transmission of Values in Urban and Rural
Area
Dmitry Igorevich Dubrov, National Research University “Higher
School of Economics”, Russia
Alexander Nikolevich Tatarko, National Research University
“Higher School of Economics”, Russia
28524 11:30-11:50
Birds of a Feather Flock Together, or Not? Value Profiles of
Emerging Adults and Their Parents From Native Compared To
Migrant Families
Stephanie Barros Coimbra, University of Luxembourg,
Luxembourg
Isabelle Albert, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
Susana Coimbra, University of Porto, Portugal
23871 10:50-11:10
Fellowmen or Intruders? Prejudices towards Domestic Migrant
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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
10:30-12:00 Paper Session 2
Room: 1208
INTERCULTURAL CONTACT
23775 10:30-10:50
Changes in the Perception of National Character after CrossCultural Contact
Tobias Soeldner, German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ
Tokyo), Japan
24334 10:50-11:10
In Touch with Business - The Impact of Interpersonal Touch in
Business Contexts in Germany, USA, Italy and Iran
Daniel Brunsch, University of Cologne, Germany
Ben Compton, University of Kansas, USA
Silvio Vallecoccia, University of Cologne, Germany
Laura Resaei, University of Cologne, Germany
Gary Bente, Michigan State University, USA
24409 11:10-11:30
Participation in Awareness-Raising Community Actions and
Intergroup Relations
Anna Wlodarczyk, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Larraitz Zumeta, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Nekane Basabe, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Magdalena Bobowik, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Dario Páez, University of the Basque Country, Spain
24034 11:30-11:50
The Effects of Shyness and Sociability on International Students’
Adaptation Through Mediation of Intimate Social Networks in
Japan
Shaoyu Ye, University of Tsukuba, Japan
Masao Murota, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
13:00-13:50 Keynote Session
Room: Great Hall 2F
14:00-15:45 Keynote Session
Room: Great Hall 2F
14:00-15:45
Embodiment and Enactment in Cultural Psychiatry: From
Neurophenomenology to Situated Practice
Laurence J. Kirmayer, McGill University, Canada
Walter J. Lonner Distinguished Invited Lecturer
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3
13:00-13:50
100 years of research on the relationship between culture and
psychopathology: Emic and etic approaches reappraised
Junko Tanaka-Matsumi, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan
Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau
Get more information here! http://www.nagoya-info.jp/en/
Nagoya Castle, a symbol of Nagoya was
residence of the Owari Tokugawa household. It
was built by the order of Ieyasu Tokugawa in
1612, and it symbolizes Nagoya's pride and
power. There are exhibits describing the
lifestyle of the local lords in the castle tower
(main donjon). The Hommaru Palace, was
registered as a National Treasure, but the
original building was tragically burnt down
during World War II.
Restoration of palace is currently underway. The City of Nagoya started the restoration project in
2010 and it is scheduled to be completed in 2018. The first stage was completed in May, 2013 and
the second stage, including Taimenjo (the reception hall) and Shimogozensho (the serving
preparation room) was completed and opened to public in June, 2016.
Visitor Information
Admission Fees
Adult 500 Yen, Free admission for children
under 15 years of age
Regular Hours
09:00-16:30; last entry at 16:00
Access
A 5minute walk from Shiyakusho subway
station (M07) on the Meijo Subway Line
Further Information
www.nagoya-info.jp/en/hommaru/
www.nagoyajo.city.nagoya.jp/13_english/
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International Association
for Cross-Cultural Psychology
IACCP
About IACCP
History
The Association facilitates communication among
The IACCP was founded in 1972 following
persons interested in all areas of the intersection of
a decade of cultural ferment in world psyculture and psychology by organizing conferences,
chology and the appearance of two critical
providing online resources, publishing a highly
publications, Harry Triandis’ Cross-Culturregarded journal, sponsoring seval Social Psychology Newsletter (1967) and
for
Cross-Cultural
Psycholog
eralInternational
research awards, supporting Association
Walt
Lonner’s
Journal of Cross-Cultural
international travel, and organizing
Psychology (1970). The first IACCP ConJerome Bruner
educational opportunities for postgress was hosted in Hong Kong by John
(Hong
Kong, 1972)
graduate students.
Dawson, who served as the first IACCP
Harry Triandis
president.
23rd International Congres
WINC
Aichi, Nagoya, Japan
(1967) 3rd IACCP President
Publications & Communication
IACCP is associated with the Journal of Cross-Cultural
Psychology, the open access resource Online Readings in
Psychology and Culture, conference eBooks, a discussion
list, and a searchable member directory.
ORPC publishes concise reviews, essays, and summaries
across the subfields of cross-cultural psychology, including most core research specialties, that reflect current
trends and discussions in cross-cultural psychology and
related fields.
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providing organizational news, conference information,
resources for IACCP activities and an archive of teaching
resources. The site publicizes member news such as new
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Conferences
IACCP holds international congresses every two years
and regional conferences in most other years. Congresses are held shortly before or after the conferences
of the IUPsyS and the IAAP, in nearby locations.
The 2017 Regional
Conference will be in
Warsaw, Poland and
IACCP has a membership of over
the 2018 Congress
700 persons in more than 70 counwill be in Guelph,
tries. Membership fees are based on
Ontario, Canada.
annual income. To join, complete
See iaccp.org for
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We offer an advanced educational opportunity for PhD and
Masters students in association with our biennial conferences. The school’s goal is to provide specialized training by
experts in topics of importance and relevance for studying
psychology and
culture in context.
The programme is
designed to facilitate
cross-cultural contact
and understanding
among future academic leaders and
to broaden their
academic vision.
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